UEHS joins the RRBM community as a partner
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The University of Economics and Human Sciences in Warsaw has become a partner in the community known as Responsible Research in Business & Management (RRBM).

RRBM aims to inspire, encourage and support credible and useful business and management research. It is a virtual organisation created by a group of 24 leading researchers in 5 disciplines across 23 university business schools. is supported by partners such as AACSB, EFMD, Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), the Aspen Institute's Business and Society Program, the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative (GRLI) and numerous business schools worldwide, including the University of Cambridge, University of Birmingham, UCLA Anderson School of Management, University of Essex and The University of Hong Kong.

The RRBM initiative advocates for business schools and scientists worldwide to transform their research into responsible science, generating dependable knowledge that can effectively address business and societal challenges. Research is a fundamental aspect of business education and practice. Responsible research ensures the production of reliable knowledge that can be used to shape progressive government policy and promote positive business and management practices. RRBM introduces seven principles to guide research.

  1. Serving society: to create a better world by developing knowledge that benefits business and society, both locally and globally.
  2. Valuing the contribution of basic and applied research: theoretical and applied contributions are equally important for creating fundamental knowledge and solving pressing problems.
  3. Appreciation of diversity and multidisciplinary collaboration: to reflect the diversity and complexity of business and societal issues by embracing a variety of research topics, methods, forms of scholarship, types of research, and interdisciplinary collaboration.
  4. Robust methodology: research should follow sound scientific methods and processes in both quantitative and qualitative fields, or both theoretical and empirical fields.
  5. Stakeholder engagement: involving different stakeholders in the research process should be done without compromising the independence of research.
  6. Stakeholder impact: research, especially such that contributes to improving business and a better world, should have an impact on a variety of stakeholders.
  7. Widespread dissemination: research should be disseminated in various forms to contribute to both fundamental knowledge and practice.

The RRBM advocates for transforming business and management research to achieve the highest human aspirations for a better world.

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