Business Education and Sustainability

My work focuses on engaging business schools in sustainability and the Sustainable Development Goals (see About for more). My interests, and the focus of much of my work, is on interdisciplinary approaches and exploring and sharing innovative ideas. My main topics include engaging business schools in the Sustainable Development Goals, how business schools can embed sustainability, how schools are reporting on impact as well as partnerships. Please feel free to contact me for more information.

Note: I am in the process of creating a new website. Apologies for any issues with this page.

Every Monday I share a carefully curated list of ideas and resources aimed at helping sustainability champions in management education mainstream sustainability into their work. 

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Exploring the Future of Education

The Future MBA: 100 Ideas for Making Sustainability the Business of Business Education – Book published with the first 100 ideas

Reporting

Sustainability Reporting in Business Schools

I have spent a decade reviewing and analysing business school sustainability reports, in particular those submitted to the UN Principles for Responsible Management Education (SIP). In addition to authoring the current SIP Guidance documentation for the UN, I also coordinate the annual peer review process for the UN’s annual reporting Recognition of Excellence. Apart from an expertise in reporting approaches and mechanisms, I also bring together lessons from these reports including how schools have been reporting on the SDGs since 2015 and what kinds of initiatives they are undertaking in relation to these. Above all, I am an interested stakeholder, using your report as a tool to learn more about what you do and why.

I am now offering a review service for current, past and draft SIP/Sustainability reports. If you are interested in learning more, please contact me. 

Speaking

TedX Why business school is key to making sustainability happen

Writing

Past/Ongoing Work