CLADEA will participate in the 2015 Global Forum for Responsible Management Education – 6th PRME Assembly

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The Latin American Council of Management Schools – CLADEA will participate in this event. The main objective of the Global Forum is to set the path for management education and business to take a leading role in shaping and achieving the UN's global agenda outlined in the proposed Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The basic challenge questions and guiding themes, include:

What do they ask of you as an individual?

What do they ask of your organization?

What do they ask of PRME signatories, as a collective, and the wider management education community on the whole?

What will we need to do - again, as individuals within our own institutions, within the PRME community, and in the wider management education ecosystem—to help achieve this vision for the world?


The 2015 PRME Global Forum will provide a collaborative, forward looking, and action oriented space to:

  1. Identify major global trends for 2015-2030, including the role of business and management education in responding to the proposed Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
  2. Engage in interactive discussion, share good practices, and connect with peers and stakeholders of PRME’s network of networks to generate solutions and opportunities at personal, institutional, and community-wide levels.
  3. Shape a roadmap for how higher education, and in particular management/business schools and departments, can leverage engagement through PRME to be leaders. 

Confirmed speakers

Chuck Fowler, Director, Fairmount Santrol

Erika Karp, Founder and CEO, Cornerstone Capital

Liang Xinjun, CEO Fosun Group

Eric Cornuel, CEO EFMD

Dan LeClair, CEO, AACSB International

Judy Samuelson, Executive Director, Aspen Institute Business and Society Program

Anita Negri, President, oikos International

Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, Vice-Chair, Board of the UN Global Compact; Former Chairman of Anglo-American and the Royal Dutch/Shell Group

Georg Kell, Executive Director, United Nations Global Compact

Greg Priest, Head of Sustainability Policy, IKEA Group

Alfons Sauquet, Dean, ESADE Business School

Ángel Cabrera, President, George Mason University


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