The Role of UN Principles for Responsible Management Education in Stimulating Organizational Learning for Global Responsibility Within Business Schools: An Interview With Jonas Haertle
Responsible management education
[SHS.GESTION] Humanities and Social Sciences/Business administration
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In recent years, The United Nations (UN)-backed Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME) has emerged as a learning platform for business schools to encourage co-operation at teaching, research, and institutional level with other business schools across the world to deal with global responsibility issues at economic, social, and environmental level. In this context, we interview Jonas Haertle, the current head of the UN PRME, to understand how this initiative may stimulate organizational learning for global responsibility within business schools. We base this interview on a conceptual model that highlights the different learning steps to become a responsible organization and the influence of internal and external factors on this learning process. Jonas underlines that beyond the necessary commitment of the dean and of faculty members, international academic networks may contribute to accelerate the development of responsible management education.
DOI : 10.1177/1056492615618027