Responsibility at CBS. Developing current and future leaders of businesses and society entails living up to international standards such as the United Nations' Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME). The six PRME principles constitute the foundation for the work we do on responsible management education.

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Responsibility at CBS

CBS is a pioneer in embedding UN Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) and is currently reviewing everything we do through this lens. It is the ambition to make responsible management development an integral part of our core activities both in research and education, while looking for examples through our own organizational practices in the delivery of our services. 

Our responsibility as PRME Champion

Our membership of Champions Champions is a recognition that reflects CBS's commitment and contribution to the PRME initiative. It is with great pride that we have taken responsibility for being the PRME Champion School in further development and development of responsible management training. We have since been actively involved in UN agencies to sign our UN Global Partnership Partnerships (UNGC) signatories and PRME schools, which has led to various projects within curriculum development and other PRME activities. CBS was once again represented at the UNGC Summit in New York in 2016. We engaged actively with the UNGC network, in particular the Danish network, to help strengthen the cooperation between our business schools and different industries.

1st principle

"As a student assistant at CBS PRME, the 1st UN PRME principle, Purpose, has the most meaning to me. The development of student skills as future leaders of sustainable and responsible business is the most important thing. I want my school to prepare me for the world I will live and work in, and teach me to sustain our global economy. "- Grace Livingstone

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Sidst opdateret: PRME // 20/02/2018