Watch the Video:  Reinventing Management the Responsible Way

In this video you can view the first episode of SAGE Publishing’s new webinar series “Teaching Business for People and the Planet” with author Oliver Laasch.

In this first episode, Reinventing Management the Responsible Way, Laasch discusses:
• What drove him to personally commit himself to the work around responsible management, conscious capitalism, business ethics, and sustainability.
• The role of the business school and how it can contribute to delivering societal change.
• His thoughts about the different accreditations, standards, and frameworks used and referred to within business schools and the value placed on them.

Going on, he addresses various trends and topics in teaching in Business & Management, including:
• How to help foster a global movement for responsible management that still allows for regional differences and identities.
• His experiences of teaching Business Ethics, Sustainability, and CSR as discrete courses and how to bring the people and planet pedagogy down the curriculum into teaching at an introductory level on principles of management courses.
• Finally, what resources he uses in his own teaching and what’s worked and been a success with his students.

For more information on future webinars, visit the “Teaching Business for People and the Planet” homepage.

Oliver Laasch is a Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Manchester, and an Adjunct Associate Professor of Strategy at the University of Nottingham Ningbo China. He is a long-standing contributor to the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative and founder of the Center for Responsible Management Education (CRME).

Laasch’s recent book for SAGE is Principles of Management: Practicing Ethics, Responsibility, Sustainability.  Earlier this year, Laasch discussed that book and his guiding principles with Business and Management INK in a post titled “Let’s Incite Subversively Responsible Management Practices!

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