2013 3rd PRME Australia/New Zealand Forum

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TE KĀROHIROHI

TOWARDS NEW HORIZONS – CONSIDERATIONS FOR RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT EDUCATION CONFERENCE

The 3rd PRME Australia/New Zealand Forum, the annual meeting of regional PRME signatories, was held 18-21 November at the Waikato-Tainui College for Research and Development in Hopuhopu, New Zealand. In addition to sessions discussing the role of responsibility in management education, the forum, co-hosted by Waikato Management School and the PRME Secretariat, featured prominently the theme of indigenous business education.

“Towards new horizons – considerations for responsible management education conference” 

In the current academic environment, corporate responsibility and sustainability have entered but not yet become embedded in the mainstream of business-related education. The Principles for Responsible Management Education are therefore a timely global call for business schools and universities worldwide to gradually adapt their curricula, research, teaching methodologies and institutional strategies to the new business challenges and opportunities.

The agenda for the forum thus integrated diverse cultural perspectives and disciplinary fields to discuss four specific but necessarily inter-related themes for this conference. The four themes were: 

• Indigenous Business and Responsible Management: Māori Perspectives 
• Environmental responsiveness 
• Social equity in stability 
• Ethical practices

In 2012, the 2nd PRME Australia/New Zealand Forum took place at Griffith Business School in Brisbane, Australia, while the 1st PRME Australia/New Zealand Forum was held in 2011, hosted by the University of New South Wales - Australia School of Business in Sydney.

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