CBS Case Collection on Responsible Management has an extensive international audience

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Since the launch of CBS Case Collection on Responsible Management Education in januar 2014, the case collection has been viewed by more than 370 different institutions from almost 70 countries

06/04/2015

Read the original article at CBS Observer (In Danish): http://cbsobserver.dk/cbs-case-samling-naar-ud-i-alle-verdenshjoerner

The CBS Case Collection on Responsible Management Education now comprises of 15 cases written by researchers form seven different departments. All the cases focus on aspects of responsible management, including social responsibility, anti-corruption and sustainability. With responsible management as a common theme, the cases address a number of interdisciplinary subjects, making them suitable for a wide range of courses in business schools and universities.

- We are proud that our concept not only supports case development at CBS, but also that the cases brands CBS in all kinds of countries from Azerbaijan to Ghana and Australia. We do not have a long tradition for case writing or case based teaching, but he PRME case writing initiative focusing on responsible management has been a very good way to increase the interest, both internally and externally, explains Dana Minbaeva, who is one of the drivers behind the initiative.

Six new cases have been added this spring:

The acquisition experience of KazOil
Professor Dana Minbaeva, Department of Strategic Management and Globalization 
Marius the Giraffe
Associate Professor Lisbet Pals Svendsen, Department of International Business Communication
When good intentions turn lethal: Lundbeck's 'Pentobarbital' human rights dilemma
Associate Professor Karin Buhmann, Department of Intercultural Communication and Management
Sustainable Industrial Production: A Case of a Recycling Center Corp
PhD Fellow Irene Christensen, Department of Operations Management 
H N Andersen - A Global Entrepreneur: Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Increasingly Globalised World in the Late 19th Century
Associate Professor Martin Jes Iversen, Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy
A ‘Milky Way’ from Denmark to Latin America
Assistant Professor Jacobo Ramirez, Department of Intercultural Communication and Management

 

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