Founder, Art of Learning & Consultant
Thank you for your interest in the 2023 PRME Global Forum. It was truly one for the books. See below for exciting highlights from the event this past June:
Stay tuned to this page for more information on future editions of the PRME Global Forum.
The nature of leading a business is changing from the exclusive focus on economic wealth generation to encompass a more holistic purpose, with leaders being expected to make businesses a vehicle for solving the environmental and social challenges the world is facing. Educational institutions have a huge responsibility to prepare responsible leaders to rise to these global challenges in new, integrated ways, and the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provide an agenda for the world to pursue.
With a dynamic program and purpose-driven speakers, the 2023 Edition of the PRME Global Forum provided a global debate on how business education can help advance the sustainable development agenda worldwide. The Principles for Responsible Management Education gathered business school leaders, faculty, students, businesses and sustainable development organizations for a Responsible Management Education Week, on 12 - 16 June 2023, in New York (USA), to advance responsible management education and its impact worldwide. The 11th Edition of PRME Global Forum was part of this week, and took place on 13 – 14 June 2023, hosted by Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business.
In addition to taking stock of PRME’s growth over the last year and highlighting the ongoing work of the PRME community, the 2023 Global Forum focused on impact across various session themes: pedagogy, climate, digital, and leadership. The 2023 Edition was the first in-person forum since 2017, and its plenaries will also be broadcasted to participants worldwide.
Hosted by Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business
Location of all events: Fordham University Lincoln Center (Law School), 150 W 62nd St, New York, NY 10023 (Map)
12 June: PRME International Community Gatherings, Open (i5) Workshop, and Positive Impact Rating Global Summit 2023
13 – 14 June: 2023 PRME Global Forum
15 June: Systems Change Workshop by the Sustainability Centres Community
16 June: Partner Events by Wharton ESG Initiative, Tipping Point Fund on Impact Investing, and the Center for Humanistic Management at Fordham Gabelli School of Business
Founder, Art of Learning & Consultant
Academic Director (Indigenous)
Director of GIBS Sustainability Initiatives for Africa
Dr. Ernest Cadotte
Author of Marketplace Simulations: Conscious Capitalism
Head of the Integrated Education Program
Tung Tung Chan
Coordinating Manager, PRME Commons; Research Intelligence Advisor
Chairman and CEO
Dr. Aurélien Decamps
Co-Founder and Managing Director
Dr. Rumina Dhalla
Associate Professor in the Department of Management
Professor Emeritus at University of St.Gallen
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education
Sherwat Elwan Ibrahim
Chair, PRME Chapter Africa
Co-Founder and Director
Board Member & Chair of Chapter DACH
Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE
Assistant Professor for Strategy
Chair of PRME Chapter Australia & New Zealand; Director, Griffith Centre for Sustainable Enterprise, Australia
Holcim (US) Professor of Sustainable Enterprise
Co-Chair, PRME Working Group on Climate Change and the Environment; Head of Department, Leadership and Human Resource Management, Associate Professor of Business Ethics, Northumbria University
Senior Vice President and Global Chief Product Officer
Dr. Siara Ruth Isaac
Global Education Editor
Director of the Sustainability Initiative
Charles Field Knight Dean
Executive Director, Re-Generation
Manager, (i5) Leadership Education
President and Founder
Mark B. Milstein
Clinical Professor of Management and Director
Amina J. Mohammed
PRME Global Chapter Council Member; Research Professor
Dr. Wren Montgomery
Dr. Mette Morsing
Assistant Secretary-General, the United Nations Global Compact
Michael Pirson, Ph.D.
Founder and Director
Co-author “Purpose into Practice: the Economics of Mutuality”; Former Chief Economist
Jorge Andrés Rodriguez
Chief Data Officer
Lemma W. Senbet
M.S. Sustainability Management Candidate
Generation Unlimited Young People Action Team
Co-Founder and Co-Chairman
Manager, Strategy, Governance & Innovation
Dr. Meredith Storey
Senior Manager, (i5)
Deputy Dean Research, Professor of International Management
CEO & Chief Change Catalyst
Professor at Kellogg School of Management
Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships
In which ways do pedagogies need to adapt to generate the effective leaders that the world urgently needs?
How can business schools and research centers support skillset development?
How can education for climate leadership be part of management programs?
How do we unleash the creativity of teachers and students to combat climate change?
How can business schools train innovative skills for digital leadership?
How can we promote more digital learning solutions that are accessible to all?
How can leaders be accountable for their decisions?
How can responsible management empower current and future leaders with human-driven skills, strong ethical values and integrity?