Back to School for Business Education: The Responsible Management Curriculum Tree

The world is changing rapidly and new demands face business leaders to deal with the planet and environment more sustainably, to deal with the numerous societies their organisations operate in more equitably and with greater cultural understanding, and to be more open, transparent and responsible with respect to their stakeholders.

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What has Nature ever done for Projects?

Following the release last week of Tony Juniper’s new book ‘What has nature ever done for us?’, I have been reflecting on this question from a project management perspective. Here I argue that project managers should consider the contribution of the natural environment to projects, alongside the projects impact on nature. In doing so project managers can reduce risk, increase efficiently and gain competitive advantage. 

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Reflections on Academic Blogging

Today I noticed that my previous blog post on ‘How to manage a research library with Zotero’ had made it onto the LSE Impact of Social Sciences most popular blogs of the year list. I am of course delighted by this, but also feel a little guilty as it has been close to three months since my last post here. I thought I would take the hint and take a few minutes to reflect on why I started this blog in the first place, what I have got out of it, and what I want it to be going forward…

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