Sustainable Management


Academic Partners

The Centre for Responsible Citizenship and Sustainability provides a platform for collaborative, inter-disciplinary work across the School of Business and Governance, all schools within Murdoch University and outside institutions. The Centre seeks to advance teaching and research in areas that are at the heart of key global challenges and relevant to future university graduates and society at large. ( )

The Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt was established as a scientific college in 1980. The university is committed to academic as well as catholic tradition. On the one hand, the university welcomes students of all confessions, no study fees are charged, the exams passed at the KU grant the same rights as the state colleges and the freedom of science is guaranteed. On the other hand, the catholic faith implies certain values and therefore company ethics or journalistic ethics for example are cornerstones of the respective academic programs. ( )

The Center for Green Economy was established at Peking University, HSBC Business School under the lead of Prof. Huang Haifeng. The Center combines theory and practice, with the aim of educating students to be outstanding in their research approach and as well as in their understanding of the green economy and green management.

The IEDC–Bled School of Management, founded 30 years ago as the first business school of its type in Central and Eastern Europe, is one of the leading international management development institutions in Europe. IEDC is a pioneer in providing an innovative approach in leadership development, which encourages business leaders to take on new, and more creative ways in meeting their challenges. (LINK: )


CEEMAN is an international management development association established in 1993 with the aim of accelerating the growth in quality of management development in central and eastern Europe. Now it is a global network of management development institutions interested in quality of education and innovations in this field, as well as in the broad area of subjects related to change, with more than 210 institutional and individual members from over 50 countries in Europe, North America, Latin America, Africa, and Asia. (LINK: )

Launched at the 2007 UN Global Compact Leaders Summit in Geneva, the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative is the largest organised relationship between the United Nations and business schools, with the PRME Secretariat housed in the UN Global Compact Office. The mission of PRME is to transform management education, research and thought leadership globally by providing the Principles for Responsible Management Education framework, developing learning communities and promoting awareness about the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. ( )

Der Deutsche Nachhaltigkeitskodex (DNK) bietet einen Rahmen für die Berichterstattung zu nichtfinanziellen Leistungen, der von Organisationen und Unternehmen jeder Größe und Rechtsform genutzt werden kann. Auch ist der Unternehmenssitz nicht relevant für die Anwendung des DNK. ( )

Ecological Development Union International (EDUI) is an international not-for-profit organisation, headquartered in Australia, which counts more than 500 members worldwide and has branches in China, Germany and France. It provides a platform for exchanges and collaboration regarding „ecological development” – a type of socio-economic process that promotes a harmonious and mutually beneficial relationship between the socio-economic development and environmental preservation. ( )

“WEISS” is an independent organisation which, with recognized international ethical and economic professors, develops ethical values and standards for business and puts them into practice. It wants to spread ethical and responsible action, based on a humanistic and ethical background, as a future-proof management and ethics tool for businesses. The focus is on training, consultation and education of management in order to assist them in the future-oriented alignment of their activities with practical ethical management tools. (LINK: )

Rapid and dynamic changes in technology, markets, political and legal institutions, and indeed cultures, have all created new challenges. In such a global context, no scholar, no discipline, no university, no think tank, no NGO, no form of media, can remain an island unto itself. On a yearly basis, the Global Corporate Governance Institute brings together scholars from many fields along with business/academic/cultural/religious and political leaders to form a global alliance dedicated to rethinking and integrating value issues into management practice, education and development. (LINK: )

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