Redefining Success: Integrating Sustainability into Management Education advocates incorporating sustainability concepts that go beyond the financial ‘bottom line’ into management education and business practice. Highlighting the UN Global Compact (UNGC), the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) and the Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs), it explores conceptual and practical issues, presents case studies and other empirical evidence, and offers solutions that will both encourage and assist management educators in the incorporation of sustainability into their courses and research. incorporating sustainability into their courses and research. Written by 34 individuals from 17 countries, the book addresses these topics from a variety of theoretical, disciplinary, geographic and organizational perspectives. The authors demonstrate how management educators, collaborating with business and civic organizations, can be change agents for a better world. Written for educators, scholars and business practitioners, the volume concludes with lessons learned, challenges encountered, and implications for responsible management education.

chapter |10 pages


ByPatricia M. Flynn, Tay Keong Tan, Milenko Gudić

section 1|60 pages

Frameworks for understanding

chapter 2|16 pages

A responsible business education approach

Insights from neuroscience
ByLoukas N. Anninos

chapter 3|13 pages

Responsible education in a complex context of sustainable development

Co-creating a pedagogic framework for participatory reflection and action
BySvetlana Cicmil, Richard Ecclestone, Katie Collins

chapter 4|13 pages

The PRME Curriculum Tree

A framework for responsible management education in undergraduate business degree programmes
ByAlex Hope

section 2|38 pages

Disciplinary and transdisciplinary perspectives

chapter 5|13 pages

Ethics, CSR and sustainability in marketing education

A review of curricula and textbooks
ByTheresa Bauer

chapter 6|11 pages

Developing graduate competence in sustainability management

The case of an accountancy programme in Sri Lanka
ByA. D. Nuwan Gunarathne

chapter 7|12 pages

Business and human rights

Connecting the managerial and legal aspects
ByKarin Buhmann

section 3|36 pages

Institutional perspectives

chapter 8|10 pages

Business and human rights

Learning experiences of an emerging agenda at a business school in São Paulo1
ByMarcus Vinicius P. Gomes, Amon Barros, Maria Jose Tonelli

chapter 9|10 pages

Shaping the PRME research agenda

A case study on students’ engagement and contribution in applied sciences
ByLutz E. Schlange

chapter 10|14 pages

Beyond the classroom

Embedding responsible management principles, practices, and possibilities in our business schools
ByAnthony F. Buono

section 4|54 pages

Country and regional perspectives

chapter 11|14 pages

Designing a management education platform for the twenty-first century learner

The experience of La Salle schools in the Philippines
ByAndrea Santiago

chapter 12|18 pages

Canadian academic uptake of the PRME

BySheila Carruthers, Meenakshi Kakkar, Carla Davidson, Lisa Fox

chapter 13|20 pages

Rethinking management education in Africa

Integrating the UN PRME
ByIjeoma Nwagwu

section 5|68 pages

Looking ahead

chapter 14|14 pages

Work-based learning

Students solving sustainability challenges through strategic business partnerships
ByPetra Molthan-Hill, Fiona Winfield, Jerome Baddley, Susan Hill

chapter 15|12 pages


Students connecting with businesses doing good for our own good
ByGuénola Nonet, Maria Petrescu

chapter 16|21 pages


The colour of responsibility and inclusion 1
ByMichael John Page, Dianne Lynne Bevelander

chapter 17|12 pages

Management faculty opening

Males preferred
ByCubie L. L. Lau, John F. Hulpke

chapter |7 pages

Concluding remarks

ByPatricia M. Flynn, Tay Keong Tan, Milenko Gudić