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Since the inception of the United Nations Global Compact-sponsored initiative Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) in 2007, there has been increased debate over how to adapt management education to best meet the demands of the 21st-century business environment. The Inspirational Guide volumes aim to cultivate and inspire actively engaged PRME participants. They have been written with the aim of enabling participants to transition from a global learning community to an action community. This third volume collects the experiences of some of the PRME UK and Ireland Chapter institutions. It answers some of the most frequently asked questions concerning the implementation of PRME and celebrates some of the best examples of innovation and leadership by highlighting real-world examples from the most engaged signatories in the UK and Ireland.

Publisher: Greenleaf Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary Material
pp. i-xiv(14)
Author: Murray, Alan

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Introduction
pp. 1-12(12)
Authors: Murray, Alan; Baden, Denise; Cashian, Paul; Haynes, Kathryn; Wersun, Alec

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Educating responsible managers today for the global challenges of tomorrow
pp. 13-20(8)
Authors: Davidson, Laura; Gould, Hayley; Court, Catherine

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Building excellence as an internationally recognised business school
pp. 29-36(8)
Authors: Gibbon, Jane; Haynes, Kathryn

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The New Romantics of responsible leadership
pp. 37-42(6)
Authors: Kempster, Steve; Watton, Emma

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Curriculum development: engaging students in local charity/community projects
pp. 43-48(6)
Authors: Takeda, Sachiko; Lamont, Carly

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Fostering PRME partnerships and constant dialogue
pp. 49-54(6)
Author: Blakeley, Karen

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PRME and the Centre for Sustainable and Resilient Communities
pp. 55-60(6)
Authors: Lever, John; Wood, Adrian; Meaton, Julia; Mswaka, Walter

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Young and unlimited, realising talent: Kemmy Business School’s programmes with local schools
pp. 61-66(6)
Authors: Hynes, Briga; Kinsella, Stephen; Killian, Sheila

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Using university space to create socioeconomic impact
pp. 67-74(8)
Authors: Wersun, Alec; Tagg, Nathan; Grant, Susan

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Embedding a societal view of business among first-year undergraduates
pp. 103-110(8)
Authors: McLaughlin, Colm; Prothero, Andrea

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An (un)sustainability lesson
pp. 117-122(6)
Author: Christian, Jack

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Creating ethical awareness through interactive group work
pp. 123-128(6)
Authors: Haloub, Radi; Beddewela, Eshani

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The development of the Henley Business School MA in Leadership programme
pp. 129-134(6)
Authors: Stewart, Jean-Anne; Simister, Stephen; Thurloway, Lynn

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Communicating sustainability in 59 seconds
pp. 141-146(6)
Author: Blewitt, John

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Developing critical perspectives through case-oriented exercises
pp. 161-166(6)
Authors: Takeda, Sachiko; Secchi, Davide

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Free Content Supplementary Material
pp. 167-182(16)
Author: Murray, Alan

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