Revealed: 47 Business Schools describe how they are creating a sustainable future for all in a new book published by GSE Research

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A new book, The Inspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRME: Placing sustainability at the heart of management education, highlights 63 examples of how universities and business schools are incorporating ideas of responsible management and sustainability into their curricula and educational practices.

A new book, The Inspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRME: Placing sustainability at the heart of management education, highlights 63 examples of how universities and business schools are incorporating ideas of responsible management and sustainability into their curricula and educational practices.

The Inspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRME: Placing sustainability at the heart of management education, created by the UN Global Compact initiative, Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) was presented at the Rio+20 Earth Summit in June 2012 and is now offered for sale in print for the first time by publishers, GSE Research.

The book features 63 case studies from 47 institutions, representing 25 countries across Asia, Oceania, Latin America, USA and Canada, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The business schools’ experiences are classified into six sections, corresponding to the Six Principles of PRME (Purpose, Values, Method, Research, Partnership, and Dialogue) and offering useful advice on setting up and implementing specific aspects of each.

This important compilation will be an inspiration for all forward-thinking Business Schools across the world, especially those who are keen to embrace the PRME principles and put sustainability at the heart of their operations.

Of the publication, Dr. Eric Cornuel, CEO of the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) said:

“Seeking to inspire the further integration of responsible management education, real world examples are highlighted from around the globe on fostering a sustainability culture, changing curricula, enabling faculty or managing and consolidating. This is a unique publication in that the 63 cases illustrate successful and relevant approaches in their different contexts, moreover the standardised structure around challenges, actions taken and results provides the most effective source of inspiration. A must-read on the transformation of management education and on how our institutions are placing sustainability at the heart of management education.”

The guide is now available to purchase in print, priced at £29.95 (excluding shipping). To purchase your copy of the Inspirational Guide, please visit the GSE online shop: http://www.gsepublishing.com

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