Jan Molin: Responsibility Day 2010

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Jan Molin: Responsibility Day 2010

  1. 1. Responsibility day at CBS – September 1st 2010 – is the kick off on a general effort to focus on sustainability and student life at CBS.
  2. 2. Responsibility internationally surveyed: Increasing number of students cheat! No longer mostly male students……. Who cheats the most? sport college students AND business school students lead the game Universities/schools implement control- and sanctionsystems CBS has a policy of ’prevention/information and socialisation’ ……combined with testing samples – and ’no mercy’ consequences
  3. 3. Responsibility internationally surveyed: Some schools have an OATH that graduating students take At CBS we find it is to late……. We want to adress the issue from day one – Partnering with the students at CBS we have developed a Code of conduct
  4. 4. We believe that student life is highly relevant and interrelated with citizenship. The mundane activities as a student reflect and affect social norms in much broader circles of life.
  5. 5. We believe that large scale sustainability has much to do with the way you that think and act as a student at CBS. The imagination, the attitudes and the behavior you develop along your student career signifies the values and norms that will influence future societal conditions.
  6. 6. We believe that every one of us has the fundamental right and obligation to develop our personal distinctiveness – and the inescapable responsibility to acknowledge and safeguard the code of conduct inherent in our community.
  7. 7. We believe that through the choices we make we, each of us, commit ourselves to our peers and to society at large. Through personal excellence we contribute to the creation of a sustainable and attractive world.
  8. 8. We believe that a series of open source based activities may develop and further discussion and increase the awareness of responsibility - Join us
  9. 9. CBS code of conduct individual capacity social competences personlige træk social forståelse engaged forpligtet responsible ansvarlig determined målrettet embracing rummelig open minded nysgerrig generous givende mature helstøbt resilient tolerant quality of student life studielivs kvalitet disciplined selvstyrende inclusive inddragende entrepreneurial skabende appreciative anerkendende actively present aktivt til stede responsive påvirkelig trustworthy redelig supportive opbakkende individual actions social actions personlig handlekraft social handlekraft

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