CEEMAN members among the 2020-2021 PRME Champions Cycle launched in Davos
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The 2020-2021 cycle of the PRME Champions connects a group of 36 higher education institutions from 20 countries that commit to significant transformation in teaching, research, and partnerships underscored by the Global Goals.

The Champions are selected based on a track record of sustainability implementation, commitment to PRME, as well as their leadership through Working Groups, Chapters, Regional Meetings and various other venues of engagement.

We are proud that CEEMAN members make a significant part of the new PRME Champions cycle with six participating institutions:

  • Gordon Institute of Business Science, South Africa
  • Hanken School of Economics, Finland
  • IEDC-Bled School of Management, Slovenia
  • Institute of Business Studies IBS-Moscow, RANEPA, Russia
  • IPM Business School, Belarus
  • ISAE, Brazil

We are sure that they will serve as model examples to other higher education institutions globally, as well as contribute to thought and action leadership on responsible management education.

Guided by the collective work and output from previous Champion cycles and in line with the Champions Mission, the focus of this cycle will be on thought and action leadership, knowledge sharing and peer-learning with the aim of future-proofing participating institutions and demonstrating the impact of their sustainability efforts.

CEEMAN will continue supporting innovative collaborations and development of the next generation of sustainability-driven business schools and management-related higher education institutions through its focus on relevance in all activities, including professional development programs (especially IMTA-International Management Teachers Academy), CEEMAN IQA Accreditation, contribution to work of the PRME CEE Chapter, and with CEEMAN President Prof. Danica Purg serving as current PRME Steering Committee Chair.

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