Reflecting the rapid rise in popularity of recent initiatives such as the UN Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), this Handbook exhaustively covers a variety of responsible management, learning and education topics, and provides an invaluable roadmap for this fast-developing field. Covering various perspectives on the topic, right through to contexts, methods, outcomes and beyond, this volume will be an invaluable integrative resource for practitioners and researchers alike, and is designed to serve a range of communities that deal with topics related to sustainability, responsibility and ethics in management learning and education. Part 1: Perspectives on Responsible Management Learning and Education; Part 2: Educational Purposes and Contents; Part 3: Learning Outcomes and Processes; Part 4: Academic Environment; and Part 5: Responsible Research.

Experiential Learning for Responsible Management Education

Experiential learning for responsible management education
Alex Hope Pamela Croney Jan Myers


In recent years there has been much debate within business and management schools and higher education institutions in general as to whether business schools are providing students with the learning they require in order to build essential business knowledge and competencies to practise effectively once in employment (Levy & Petrulis, 2012; Scherpereel & Bowers, 2014; Tynjälä, 2008). In addition to this, many business leaders are questioning whether business schools are able to produce new graduates with the requisite skills and knowledge required to behave ethically and deal with responsibility and sustainability challenges (Carroll & Buchholtz, ...

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