Becoming a Responsible Business School in an Age of Disruption
Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) Sharing Information on Progress Report 2022
We now mark more than a decade as PRME signatories and are delighted to present our fifth Sharing Information on Progress report: ‘Becoming a Responsible Business School in an Age of Disruption’. We begin with a renewal of commitment to the PRME agenda by our new Vice Chancellor, Professor Neal Juster and we reflect on areas of strategic progress such as within our curriculum and programme development. Much of the report is dedicated to examples from colleagues from across the business school sharing their teaching practice and research with links to PRME and the SDGs, as well as from colleagues working as part of the UNSESCO Chair on Responsible Foresight for Sustainable Development. We conclude the report by setting out our ambitious objectives for the coming two years. These plans include further curriculum development and SDG mapping activities as well as further consideration and stakeholder consultation about our purpose and identity as a responsible business school.
Dr Claire May (PRME Lead)