Dawna talks to Wendy Chapple, deputy director of the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility at Nottingham University Business School, about a different approach to executive education and why the school has launched an MSc in sustainability.
Business schools, and MBA programs in particular, are at risk of becoming irrelevant. So it’s the more progressive business schools that companies will still turn to for developing executive level interdisciplinary thinking and networks.
Wendy Chapple, deputy director of the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility at Nottingham University Business School (NUBS), talks to Dawna about a different approach to executive education, what she learned from nature, how it inspired her to teach and why the school has launched an MSc in Sustainability. Listen to learn:
- Why the school launched an MSc in Sustainability and who’s interested.
- What value membership in the UN PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education) has had for NUBS.
- The approach the school has taken to embedding sustainability into the thinking and campus life.
- What’s different about Nottingham University Business School.
- Are companies ready to tackle the issues affecting human survival?
The Evolutionary Provocateur bi-monthly show is for executives, managers, and supervisors (OR for leaders at all levels) who have noticed that it is not what you know but who you are that has the biggest impact.
Dawna Jones, the show's host, believes that by raising awareness and understanding we can make a quantum leap to a new level of innovation in business - but it has to be done collectively.
What better way to do it than by provoking the evolution of how you see yourself and your role!
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