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Manuel Escudero: The Role of Business Education in Society, 2010
Manuel Escudero: The Role of Business Education in Society, 2010
Manuel Escudero: The Role of Business Education in Society, 2010
Manuel Escudero: The Role of Business Education in Society, 2010
Manuel Escudero: The Role of Business Education in Society, 2010
Manuel Escudero: The Role of Business Education in Society, 2010
Manuel Escudero: The Role of Business Education in Society, 2010
Manuel Escudero: The Role of Business Education in Society, 2010
Manuel Escudero: The Role of Business Education in Society, 2010
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Manuel Escudero: The Role of Business Education in Society, 2010

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  • 1. Global Crisis and Business Schools’ response: the role of Business Education in Society 3rd EDUNIVERSAL WORLD CONVENTION PROGRAM Driving forward Global Business Education for Sustainable Development Prague, October 2010 Dr Manuel Escudero, Special Advisor UN PRME Director-General Deusto Business School, IAJBS.
  • 2. Five thesis on the future of business education
  • 3. First:In 1959 there were two great revisions of business education in the USA. Today, after 20 years of huge transformations of the world and the firm, there is the need for a new great rethinking of business education
  • 4. Second:Today business education has gone global. Today, rethinking business education has to be a global, multilateral and inclusive process
  • 5. Third: Rethinking business education has to be guided bybusiness´demands. What do business think is necessary?: Context, connectedness, complexity. Sustainability and organizational and technological change…
  • 6. Fourth:Talking about rethinking business education is not anymore a question of WHAT or WHY…it is a question of HOW. Winner schools will be those that are able to ignite the innovation ofsustainability and technological and organizational change in their education offer and in their own organization. For this, directors and deans need clear vision, persistence and theability to persuade…education does not change by law, but it is a change achieved by faculty members who update their teaching materials, their research and their methodologies...
  • 7. Fifth:But this is not enough: the sector as a whole has to change its institutional standards: its incentives for a less formal and more relevant research, its accreditation standards and rankings…
  • 8. Concluding:a) PRME is the only place where the rethinking of businesseducation could take place in a global, inclusive andmultilateral way…b) Accreditation bodies are starting the process too…c) Rankings will follow path.
  • 9. • Today 330 signatories (www.unprme.org )• Credibility through Reporting: Sharing Information on Progress every 18 months.• Growing number of activities (Anti-corruption, Poverty as a Challenge in BusinessEducation, Climate Change, Travel Studies and Learning Methods…)• Almost all relevant associations are on board…
  • 10. www.unprme.orgPrmesecretariat@unprme.org escuderom@unprme.org Thank you

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