The Sustainability Mindset Principles - a Guide to Develop a Mindset for a Better World. Isabel Rimanoczy. Publisher Routledge Taylor Francis, UK. The book introduces the 12 SM Principles and guides for educators on how to bring them into their courses.
Struggles and Successes in the Pursuit of Sustainable Development, Routledge, The Taylor and Francis Group, July 2020. Ed. Tay Keong.
PRME BOOK 2020 - Chapter by Rimanoczy about the great work of the Working Group members. Dr. Mette Morsing, Head, Principles for Responsible Management Education
Sustainability Mindset and Transformative Leadership – Aixa Ritz and Isabel Rimanoczy
book with 17 contributing authors sharing models and experiences developing a mindset for sustainability in leaders.
How do you shift a mindset? Tools and Transformative Stories from Students Around the World -Ekaterina Ivanova and Isabel Rimanoczy –
With 23 contributors from 5 continents, WG member professors present how they shift mindsets of their students through innovative transformative learning tools in order to foster sustainability. The book, organized into 2 volumes. Volume 1 features students’ essays about their transformative insights, as a result of specific tools and activities, also described in the book. Volume 2 features the sustainability mindset shift as students work on the SDGs.
Do you want to join us?
By participating in the Sustainability Mindset Working Group you will have the opportunity to:
- Join the monthly LEAP Café, a virtual meeting the first Monday of the month
- Join the monthly Storytelling Circle, a virtual meeting the third Monday of the month
- Participate in the next Sustainability Fast Track and Sustainability Mindset Principles Atelier
- Participate in the online platform to share, discuss, connect.
- Receive and contribute to the quarterly electronic newsletter
- Participate in the 2020 Virtual Conference
- Host or attend Regional F2F meetings (so far, we have met in in Philadelphia, Vancouver, Manila, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Copenhagen, Paris, Miami, New York, Atlanta, Portland, Anaheim, Barcelona, Curitiba, Sao Paulo, Atlanta, Chicago, Boston)
- Make suggestions, start your own projects within the scope of the Sustainability Mindset
You will bring your expertise and talent to support our goals:
- Production of materials, papers, writing projects
- Establishing and maintaining relationships with national and international institutions: UNGlobal Compact, PRME, GRLI, AACSB, EFMD, Oikos, Net impact, CEMS, AASHE
- Representing the Working Group in national and international academic events
- Promotion of the Working Group with new institutions
- Engagement with leadership of PRME and Deans of participating institutions
- Promoting the shift of a mindset to achieve the SDGs
Resources and Guidance Materials
This book explore how 16 business leaders brought together their compassion, their caring for others and the world, with their work. It presents the research which was the foundation for developing the concept of a Sustainability Mindset.
This book explores the ways in which teaching methods need to evolve in order to develop a new generation of business leaders who connect profits with purpose, who see in social entrepreneurship and innovation the key opportunity for addressing our planetary challenges. The answer lies in the contents we select to teach, in the values we invite to explore and develop, and in the methods we use.
We live in an increasingly global economy in which the effects of shrunken economies, broadened communication, and widespread meteorological incidents associated with climate change are leaving virtually no one untouched. As a result, a working knowledge of concepts such as the triple bottom line and sustainability, have become mandatory. Systems thinking is foundational for grasping these concepts. This book offers a practical, relevant, and easily grasped overview of sustainability issues and the systems logic that informs them, supported by empirical research and applied to corporate rationales, decision-making, and business processes.
During the last decade, the sustainability position in multinational corporations has grown in influence. Much literature has explored how corporations can play an important role in solving the environmental challenges facing the planet. However, until now, there has been little research on sustainability leadership at the individual level. In this book, Schein explores the deeper psychological motivations of sustainability leaders. He shows how these motivations relate to overall effectiveness and capacity to lead transformational change and he explores the ways in which the complexity of sustainability is driving new approaches to leadership.
Editors: Shelley F. Mitchell, and Jorge A. Arevalo
With over 50 contributing authors from around the world, this Handbook strives to enhance knowledge and application within sustainability in management education (SiME) across different academic programs, geographic regions and personal/professional context. Cross-disciplinary and boundary-spanning, this book focuses on specific themes and is therefore split into four distinct sections: one on theory and practice, one on transformational interventions in business programs, one on the role of external agents and the last on innovative approaches in SiME.
Roland Bardy, with co-authors Maurizio Massaro and Arthur Rubens.
Roland Bardy Editor, with Maria-Teresa Lepeley (Editor), Ernst von Kimakowitz (Editor)
Editors: Kerul Kassel and Isabel Rimanoczy, . (Eds.) Routledge Taylor
It is the first edited book with contributions from with contributions of 23 members from 11 countries in the Working Group: The book's purpose is to be of value to faculty around the world who aim to integrate a sustainability mindset into their curriculum, courses, and programs.
Editors: Satinder Dhiman and Joan Marques.
Chapter: Personal development towards a sustainability mindset. Rimanoczy, I.
Isabel Rimanoczy, ‘A holistic learning approach for responsible management education’ with practitioner commentary by Roger Saillant and Craig Teal.
Dennis P. Heaton and Emanuel Schachinger, Maharishi University of Management, USA, ‘Consciousness development for responsible management education’ with practitioner commentary by Chris Laszlo.
Chapter: Mehdi Majidi, Cultural Perspective on Sustainable Socioeconomic Development
Tom establishes an understanding of qi and virtue as a technology within the Daoist paradigm, outlining the benefits of its cultivation while illuminating how contemporary Western philosophy and science support this paradigm.
Quarterly Newsletter: Read it here .
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