REMINDER: Call for Papers for PRME Special Issue of International Journal of Management Education

THE FOLLOWING CALL IS REPRODUCED FROM THE PRME E-NEWSLETTER International Journal of Management Education (IJME) Call for Papers: PRME Special Issue  Looking forward: Leadership Development & Responsible Management Education for advancing the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)  Editors: Carole Parkes (Associate Editor IJME) Monika Kolb; Lutz Schlange; Milenko Gudic & René Schmidpeter In calling forContinue reading “REMINDER: Call for Papers for PRME Special Issue of International Journal of Management Education”

Call for Proposals: SUSTEX 2019 ‘Leading the One Planet Way’

Texas A&M University-Central Texas’ Inaugural Summit on Sustainability ‘LEADING THE ONE PLANET WAY’ March 20-22, 2019 in Killeen, Texas, USA We’re excited to be partnering with Texas A&M University-Central Texas to organise their inaugural SUSTEX Summit on 20-22 March 2019. SUSTEX is bringing leaders from the private sector, government, and academia together in a personalizedContinue reading “Call for Proposals: SUSTEX 2019 ‘Leading the One Planet Way’”

SUSTEX 2019: Leading the ‘One Planet’ Way

We are very excited to make a preliminary announcement for SUSTEX, a new conference  for sustainable business that our friends at Texas A&M-Central Texas are hosting and co-organising with us. Mark Your Calendars for SUSTEX! March 20-22, 2019 in Killeen, Texas, USA Theme: Leading the “One Planet” Way The goal of the inaugural SUSTEX conferenceContinue reading “SUSTEX 2019: Leading the ‘One Planet’ Way”

OPEN General Assembly 9th Oct 2018

HOLD THE DATE – Our first General Assembly will be held 14.00-17.00 UK time on 9th Oct 2018 via Zoom conference call. This will be an opportunity to bring together our Fellows and Associates with our board to review progress and discuss the future. We will be joined by Winnie De’Ath, Director of Brand, Communications andContinue reading “OPEN General Assembly 9th Oct 2018”

COSUST Special Issue: Sustainability Transformations

Originally published at A COSUST special issue, co-edited by cCHANGE’s Linda Sygna, explores the social transformations needed to meet the 1.5°C climate target.   A recent COSUST special issue, co-edited by cCHANGE’s Linda Sygnaand University of Canterbury Associate Professor Bronwyn Hayward, brings together over 100 of the world’s leading researchers on sustainability transformations toContinue reading “COSUST Special Issue: Sustainability Transformations”

Forthcoming Launch of an MS in One Planet Leadership

by Tony Cooke, CEO, One Planet Education Networks We’re really excited to be announcing that, after months of hard work behind the scenes,  our partners at Texas A&M University-Central Texas, the world’s first One Planet Business School, are preparing to launch their new Master of Science in One Planet Leadership. OPEN Fellows Professor Jody FryContinue reading “Forthcoming Launch of an MS in One Planet Leadership”

ONLINE COURSE: Introduction to Environmental Sociology

by Dr Kim Smith, OPEN Fellow Have you wanted to expand your sustainability knowledge about social and environmental issues through a sociological lens? Consider taking this on-line summer course through Portland Community College. Offered by sociology professor and OPEN Fellow, Dr. Kim Smith, Introduction to Environmental Sociology provides an overview of the core structural and cultural variablesContinue reading “ONLINE COURSE: Introduction to Environmental Sociology”

#INFOCUS Conference Update

Today I spoke on a panel at the United Nations in Geneva at #INFOCUS, a social innovation and entrepreneurship conference hosted by the UN and the Russian Government. Sharing the stage with me were social entrepreneurs working on refugee and gender issues, alongside the founder of a Russian publishing empire, a policymaker and a RussianContinue reading “#INFOCUS Conference Update”

Autonomous vehicles and the hype cycle? 

by Professor Rita Gunter McGrath, Columbia Business School (re-posted from original on as we thought it provides a note of caution and calm to the current hype frenzy around autonomous vehicles)   Many of the technologies behind autonomous vehicles are at the peak of what consultancy Gartner Group calls the “hype cycle,” among themContinue reading “Autonomous vehicles and the hype cycle? “

Willful Blindness

by Ed Gillespie, Co-Founder, Futerra Originally published at on 20.04.2018 The idea of ‘willful blindness’ has its origins in the legal system and refers to situations where a person (or persons) seek to avoid civil or criminal liability for a wrongful act by intentionally keeping themselves unaware of facts that would render them liable. ‘IContinue reading “Willful Blindness”