(Austin, Texas, 25 October 2014) The winner of the award for Outstanding Case Study on Anti-Corruption, given by the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) and Giving Voice to Values (GVV), was announced at the North American Case Research Association (NACRA) conference in Austin, Texas, on 25 October, 2014. Vasilia Kilibarda and Adam Waytz, of Northwestern University, took the prize for their case, "Through the Eyes of A Whistle-Blower: How Sherry Hunt Spoke Up About Citibank's Mortgage Fraud." The case, along with video supplements and teaching note is already scheduled for use in a number of business education settings.
The Outstanding GVV-Style Case on Anti-corruption Award was part of PRME’s efforts to promote anti-corruption as a topic to be integrated into curricula in business schools and higher education institutions around the world, as part of the Siemens Integrity Initiative.
Giving Voice to Values (GVV) is an innovative, cross-disciplinary business curriculum and action-oriented pedagogical approach for developing the skills, knowledge and commitment required to implement values-based leadership. The unique pedagogy and curriculum has been piloted in hundreds of business schools and increasingly in companies and other settings as well, on all seven continents. For access to the curriculum, see www.GivingVoiceToValues.org.
Giving Voice To Values works in close collaboration with the Principles for Responsible Management Education.
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