Business Schools, Society and Climate Change

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Andrew Kakabadse, Professor of International Management Development at Cranfield School of Management, gave this keynote presentation, "Business Schools, Society and Climate Change", at the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) / Copenhagen Business School (CBS) International Conference on Responsible Management Education: Sustainable Leadership in the Era of Climate Change on 23 November 2009.

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Business Schools, Society and Climate Change

  1. 1. Business Schools, Societyand Climate Change<br />by<br />Andrew Kakabadse<br />Professor of International Management Development<br />Cranfield School of Management<br />
  2. 2. Role of Capital<br />Page 2<br />16 Nov 09<br />PRME Conference<br />
  3. 3. 32% Germany<br />33% China<br />39% France<br />39% USA<br />40% Spain<br />42% Hong Kong<br />48% Ireland<br />56% Australian Public Service<br />20% NHS Top Team<br />21% NHS Board<br />20% Sweden<br />23% Japan<br />25% Finland<br />30% U.K.<br />31% Austria<br />Recognise fundamental divisions exist within their top team concerning the future<br />Strategic Alignment<br />Visioning – Top Team<br />16 Nov 09<br />Page 3<br />PRME Conference<br />
  4. 4. Strategic Alignment<br />Dialogue – Top Team<br /><ul><li>36% France
  5. 5. 47% UK
  6. 6. 49% Finland
  7. 7. 50% Sweden
  8. 8. 58% Hong Kong
  9. 9. 61% Germany
  10. 10. 62% USA
  11. 11. 63% Spain
  12. 12. 66% Australian Public Service
  13. 13. 67% Austria
  14. 14. 68% Ireland
  15. 15. 66% NHS Board
  16. 16. 70% NHS Top Team
  17. 17. 77% Japan
  18. 18. 80% China </li></ul>Believe there are issues which should be discussed but are too sensitive to be discussed in the top team and are NOT<br />16 Nov 09<br />Page 4<br />PRME Conference<br />
  19. 19. Board Dynamics (UK)<br />Executives v NEDs<br />/NEDs<br />LOW TRUST – Executive Board Directors of Chairman/NEDs<br />16 Nov 09<br />Page 5<br />PRME Conference<br />
  20. 20. Russian Directors<br />16 Nov 09<br />Page 6<br />PRME Conference<br />
  21. 21. South Africa Directors<br />16 Nov 09<br />Page 7<br />PRME Conference<br />
  22. 22. Board Dynamics (Australia)<br />Board Performance - Shared/cohesive views<br />16 Nov 09<br />Page 8<br />PRME Conference<br />
  23. 23. Business Schools<br />Critical Theory vs Functionalism<br />Credibility for strategic intervention<br />Realising strategic alignment<br />Strategic consulting skills<br />Reality of Research<br />Data sets<br />Publication in academic journals<br />Broad ranging publications/interventions<br />Political impact<br />OR<br />One more item on syllabus<br />Page 9<br />16 Nov 09<br />PRME Conference<br />

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