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Stachowicz-Stanusch Agata (Politechnika Śląska)
Tytuł
Good Practices for Implementation of Principles for Responsible Management Education Framework - Research Results
Dobre praktyki wdrażania założeń Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) - wyniki badań
Źródło
Organizacja i Zarządzanie : kwartalnik naukowy, 2010, nr 4 (12), s. 141-163, tab., bibliogr. 41 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Wartości i normy etyczne, Etyka biznesu, Nauczanie
Value and ethical norms, Business ethics, Teaching
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Abstrakt
Liczne skandale korupcyjne ostatnich lat zaowocowały wzmożonym zainteresowanie problemami etyki biznesu zarówno w środowisku akademickim, jak i w środowisku biznesowym. Coraz więcej uczonych zadaje sobie pytanie o rolę szkół biznesu w kształceniu przyszłych pokoleń liderów i zwraca coraz większą uwagę na potrzeby zapewnienia odpowiedniego (etycznego) procesu kształcenia przyszłych menedżerów. Istnieją już pewne inicjatywy poświęcone usprawnieniu procesu nauczania odpowiedzialnych, etycznych przyszłych liderów biznesy, jak Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), które wydają się być użytecznym instrumentem dla szkół biznesu (zarządzania), umożliwiającym rozwijanie ich działalność edukacyjnej w kierunku wypełniania celów etycznych. W artykule autorka prezentuje organizacyjne i edukacyjne praktyki stosowane przez podmioty, które przyjęły zasady Principles for Responsible Management Education i opublikowane swoje osiągnięcia w tym zakresie w raportach informujących o postępach we wdrażaniu PRME. Analiza została oparta na ponad 100 raportach z 34 krajów i została przeprowadzona pod względem ponad 50 kryteriów. (abstrakt oryginalny)

In recent years ethical problems became the subject of special interest in academic and business environment as the risk connected with unethical behaviors of corporate leaders is visible in the light of crises caused by corruption scandals. For this reason many scholars draw increasing attention to the needs for the appropriate educating process of future managers. However, there are some initiatives dedicated to improve the process, such as Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) which seems to be a useful instrument for business schools to develop their educating activity towards fulfilling ethical objectives. In the paper author presents some organizational and educational practices applied by entities that adopted Principles for Responsible Management Education and published in Sharing Information on Progress reports. The analysis was based on over a hundred reports from 34 countries and was conducted in terms of over 50 criteria. (original abstract)
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Język
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