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PRME Workshop in Beijing: Launching and Implementing a Responsible Management Education Program

11 - 13 May 2015 Beijing, China

We would like to draw your attention to and invite interested individuals to attend the new Copenhagen Business School and CBS-Executive program: “Launching and Implementing a Responsible Management Education Program.”

The course is aimed at individuals whom we sometimes refer to as “PRME Ministers.” This term underlines the quasi-political role PRME administrators play in our institutions. We often face (on our own or in a small team) the daunting task of reviewing teaching activities and suggesting ways to improve our institution’s alignment with PRME.

By joining this academic development course you will have an opportunity to review the key steps required for the launch and implementation of a Responsible Management Education Program. You will do so in a group of peers with whom you can share experiences and suggestions for how to overcome challenges. Following the success the program had in 2014, we are planning to hold it at run it again in 2015 at the following locations:

  • 11-13 May in Beijing, China
  • 17-19 September in Copenhagen, Denmark

It is recommend that participating institutions send at least two participants (one faculty member and one administrator) since the practice of responsible management education requires interventions from across your institution. Furthermore, teams of participants will find it easier to implement learnings from the seminar when back on their home campus.

Please find out more about how to sign up for the program here:

If you would like to indicate your preliminary interest, please follow this link:

For brief testimonies of past participants, please watch the video, where you can hear the views colleagues from Canada, Switzerland and Hong Kong had on the program.