Written by 34 individuals from 17 countries, the book addresses these topics from a variety of theoretical, disciplinary, geographic and organizational perspectives. The authors demonstrate how management educators, collaborating with business and civic organizations, can be change agents for a better world. Written for educators, scholars and business practitioners, the volume concludes with lessons learned, challenges encountered, and implications for responsible management education.
'Redefining Success is very timely as the UN Global Compact and Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) focus on implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals. The book provides conceptual reasoning, innovative frameworks, practical evidence and inspirational stories on what business schools can and should do to enable new generations of managers and business leaders TO address issues of sustainability across the globe. This must-read publication builds on its sister book on integrating sustainability into business practice, Beyond the Bottom Line, and offers forward-thinking educators, practitioners and future change agents the tools to effectively redefine success in this changing environment.'
Eric Cornuel, Director General & CEO, EFMD