The conference will explore approaches of how to incorporate issues of sustainability in management education for the discussion of which it will adopt a wide focus. Invited are scholars, educators, students, policy makers and practitioners to present teaching concepts as well as empirical and theoretical research and discuss current issues to help shape future priorities.
The IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems in cooperation with the PRME Regional Chapter DACH
Our planet faces massive economic, social, environmental and governance challenges. To address these, the “Agenda 2030” defines 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and 169 related targets that represent an unprecedented opportunity to lead the world on a sustainable path. The challenges addressed in the SDGs also require integrated thinking, action and coordination at university level. Thus, the key objective of this conference is to create awareness for SDGs in management education and to discuss initiatives, methods and pioneering activities for including SDG-related issues in strategies, teaching and research.
The confirmed speakers include Lise Kingo, Executive Director of UN Global Compact, Kai Hockerts, Director of Responsible Management Education at the Copenhagen Business School, Anne Wolf, Director Corporate Responsibility at Swiss Post, Elisabeth Fröhlich, President of the Cologne Business School and many more.
This RME Conference is organized by the IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems, Austria in cooperation with the PRME Regional Chapter DACH. For further information, please go to the conference website.