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Final Program

The 5th Responsible Management Education Research Conference Leadership Development for Advancing the Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (12-13th of November 2018 in Cologne, Germany)

Conference Chair: Milenko Gudić, Conference Program Committee Co-chair, PRM Anti-poverty Working Group Co-chair; Florencia Librizzi, PRME Secretariat, Responsible for coordinating PRME Chapters; Lutz Schlange, Conference Program Committee Co-chair, PRME Regional Chapter DACH Speaker

Conference Coordinator: Monika Kolb & René Schmidpeter, Conference Program Committee Co-chair, Center for Advanced Sustainable Management, Cologne Business School

Pre-Event: Sunday 11th of November

Pre-event for the 5th Responsible Management Education Research Conference

Meeting Point: Cologne Business School
Address: Hardefuststr. 1, 50677 Cologne, Germany
Meeting times to choose: 10:00 / 13:00 / 16:00 / 19:00

On 11.11 at 11:11h the carnival season in Cologne begins.
We want to party in different locations in Cologne with all of you!

If you don´t want to miss this chance to network and party with other conference participants and real ‘Kölsche Jecken’, native carnival lovers, then you should register for ONE of the different times. Let’s have a ‘jecke’ time together!

Of course you will enjoy more if you are wearing a costume!

Monday 12th of November 2018

Location: Cologne Business School
Address: Hardefuststraße 1, 50677 Cologne, Germany

10:00-12:00PRME DACH Steering Committee Meeting, Room Caracas

  • Strategic challenges PRME (invited Florencia Librizzi, PRME New York)
  • Concept for chapter communication

10:00-12:00PRME Anti-poverty Working Group: Internal and External Collaboration for Advancing the SDGs within PRME Community and Beyond, Room Quito

Chair: Carole Parkes & Milenko Gudić

The interactive session is aimed at sharing insights, experiences and aspirations for advancing the SDGs within PRME community and beyond. The session is open for the whole PRME community and all those who are interested in presenting their experiences and future planes that have a synergetic potential to further enhance communication and collaboration within and among various Working Groups and Regional Chapters, as well as between PRME entities and their respective partners and stakeholders.

12:00-13:00Registration, Lunch & Networking

13.00-13.15Welcome Adresses, Room Audimax

  • Markus Raueiser, Vice President International Relations, Cologne Business School
  • Monika Kolb, Conference Coordinator, Cologne Business School
  • Florencia Librizzi, Speaker, PRME Secretariat

13.15-13.30: Test of sustainability knowledge (facilitated by Anja Stoll, Sulitest)

13:30-14:15: Cross-Chapter/ Working Group Collaboration, Room Cafeteria (facilitated by Florencia Librizzi, Speaker, PRME Secretariat & Lutz Schlange, Speaker, PRME Chapter DACH),

14:30-16:00Parallel Sessions & 6th PRME DACH Chapter Meeting

Parallel Sessions

  • Student Workshop A Part 1, Room Quito (facilitated by Rebecca Ruehler, Head, sneep e.V.) Enabling students around the globe to make their university a more ethical and sustainable place
  • Student Workshop B, Room Bogotá (facilitated by Anselm T. Grahl, rootability) Advancing sustainable at universities with the Green Office Model
  • Gamification of Learning Part 1, Room Rio de Janeiro (facilitated by Alexey Minyaylo, Happiness Director, NGO Games of the Future) Games are the future of learning
  • LIFT-Leadership for Transition, Room Tokyo (facilitated by Bettina Geiken & Elke Fein, Institute for Integral Studies) Exploring the diversity of viewpoints around the topic Responsible Leadership Mindset
  • Competences with meaning Part 1, Room Buenos Aires (facilitated by Ira Nazlier & Hilke Posor, Speaker, Heldenrat GmbH) How volunteering helps you in your job, experiences from social initiatives

Responsible Management Education Measuring Effectiveness, Room Santiago de Chile

Chair: Martin Brueckner, Silke Bustamante, Ingvill Mochmann

  • Martin  Brueckner,  Murdoch University, Silke Bustamante, Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht, and Ingvill C. Mochmann, Cologne Business School, Germany, Measuring the impact of university education on CSR related attitudes, awareness and behavioural intention of students
  • Nathania Chua, ESADE, Spain, It Takes a Village: A Systematic Literature Review on Multiple Stakeholder Involvement in Service-Learning
  • Jennifer Leigh, Nazareth College of Rochester, Measuring What Matters: A Student Evaluation of Teaching Designed for Service-Learning and Community-Based Instruction

Open Lecture, Room Audimax

  • René Schmidpeter, Director CASM, Cologne Business School: Sustainable Management as new paradigm
  • Babette Claas, Director business@school, The Boston Consulting Group: business@school – an idea goes to school

Meet the Editor, Room Business Lounge

  • Carole Parkes, Associate Editor International Journal of Management Education (IJME)

6th PRME DACH Chapter Meeting, Room Caracas

  • Sharing Information on Progress & DACH SIP Reporting Standards (presented by Alexander Herzner, Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Amberg-Weiden)
  • Forschungs- und Publikationsmöglichkeiten (presented by Monika Kolb, Cologne Business School)
  • Curriculare Implementierung der SDGs in DACH Mitgliedshochschulen (presented by Reinhard Altenburger, IMC Krems)

16:00-16:30: Cake & Coffee

16:30-18:00Parallel Sessions & 6th PRME DACH Chapter Meeting

Parallel Sessions

  • Student Workshop A Part 2, Room Quito (facilitated by Rebecca Ruehler, Head, sneep e.V.) Enabling students around the globe to make their university a more ethical and sustainable place
  • Gamification of Learning Part 2, Room Rio de Janeiro (facilitated by Alexey Minyaylo, Happiness Director, NGO Games of the Future) Games are the future of learning
  • Competences with meaning Part 2, Room Buenos Aires (facilitated by Ira Nazlier & Hilke Posor, Speaker, Heldenrat GmbH) How volunteering helps you in your job, experiences from social initiatives
  • The Flipped Classroom, Room Santiago de Chile (facilitated by Detlef Aufderheide, Professor for Business Ethics and Strategic Management, HSB Hochschule Bremen & Chris M. Samfilippo, Lecturer of Marketing, University of Michigan-Dearborn) Demonstrating the flipped classroom approach

Open Lecture, Room Audimax

  • René Schmidpeter, Director CASM, Cologne Business School: Sustainable Management as new paradigm
  • Kai Hockerts, Academic Director of Responsible Management Education, Copenhagen Business School: Reactions to Irresponsible Responsible Management Conduct –A Model of Student Intentions

6th PRME DACH Chapter Meeting, Room Caracas

  • Bericht des Sprechers
  • Neuwahl der Sprecher*innen und Vorschläge zur zukünftigen Arbeitsweise und Kommunikation
  • Aktuelle Situation PRME global
  • Berichte der DACH-Hochschulen: Aktuelle Aktivitäten und Wünsche an PRME-DACH
  • Nächste Schritte

18:00: Springer Gabler Reception with Food and Drinks, Room Business Lounge

Tuesday 13th of November 2018

8:00-9:00: Registration

9:00-09:20: Welcome Address & Learnings Day 1, Lower Floor

  • Lisa Fröhlich, President, Cologne Business School
  • René Schmidpeter, Conference Coordinator, Cologne Business School
  • Lutz Schlange, Speaker, PRME Chapter DACH
  • Florencia Librizzi, Speaker, PRME Secretariat

09:20-09:35: Keynote address, Lower Floor

Debbie Haski-Leventhal, Associate Professor, Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM), Macquarie University, The Journey Towards Responsible Management Education: What have we accomplished? Where can we go next?

09:35-10:15: Cross-Chapter/ Working Group Collaboration, Lower Floor (facilitated by Florencia Librizzi, Speaker, PRME Secretariat & Lutz Schlange, Speaker, PRME Chapter DACH)

10:15-11:00: Break and Poster Session, Bistro

  • Garbiella Kiss, Corvinus Business School, Experience-based learning on sustainability – case of a Hungarian Business School
  • Anna Nowak, TU Berlin, Quality Management and Sustainability
  • Viola Nyssen, Rachel Hall and Sophie Coppée, Cologne Business School, How to build a Student Team for Responsible Management Education
  • Tania Corredato Periotto, Centro de Ensino Superior de Maringá – UNICESUMAR, Culture of Social Responsibility and Sustainability: Results of the Program of Excellence in Basic Education (PEEB)
  • Michael Wihlenda, World Citizen School, The World Citizen School Model

11:00-12:30: Parallel Sessions

Track 1: Responsible Management Education for SDG 1 Poverty Alleviation, Middle Floor

Chair: Carole Parkes

  • Brigitta Herrmann, Cologne Business School, Responsible Leadership to implement SDG 2: end hunger
  • Britta Kronbach, Winchester Business School, Management Education and the Sustainable Development Goals:Investigating the Extent to which Schools of Business and Management engage with SDG1 (Poverty Alleviation) and SDG10 (Inequality)
  • Anastasiya Marcheva, International student essay competition “If I were a business leader … for advancing the sustainable development goals (SDGS)
  • Norman Neto & Rodrigo Titon, ISAE, The corporate world and the eradication of poverty

Track 2: Teaching on SDGs and Students’ views, Lower Floor A

Chair: Daniela Ortiz

  • Elisabeth Hackspiel-Mikosch, AMD Akademie Mode & Design, Hochschule Fresenius, BUY GOOD STUFF – an ongoing interdisciplinary semester project at the AMD Akademie Mode & Design, Düsseldorf
  • Alexander Herzner, Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Amberg-Weiden, Educate Responsible Manager – Competencies Our Graduates Need
  • Deike Schulz, Jeroen Westhof & Afke van de Woud, NHL-Stenden University of Applied Sciences, School of Communication & Creative Business, The Best Indycaster project: analyzing and understanding meaningful content, – dialogue and – engagement

Track 3: Leadership Development Papers & Roundtable, Upper Floor

Chair: Monika Kolb

  • Norman Neto, ISAE, SDG inclusion in globally responsible leaders training by Norman de Paula Arruda Filho and Marcia Cassitas Hino
  • Christian Hauser, University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur, From preaching to behavioral change: Fostering companies’ ethics and compliance training
  • Melita Balas Rant, Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana, Changing the world inside out: The role of mindfulness and adult development in sustainability led change initiatives

Track 4: Leadership Development Workshops, Backstage

  • Chris Taylor, Oasis Foundation, Leading From Beyond Sustainability: Be prepared to do something a little different, to learn something about yourself and to experience leadership from a new perspective

Track 5: Translating SDGs into Business and Educational Practice, Lower Floor B

Chair: Bernd Banke

  • Bernd Banke, Reutlingen University, Professional Training of CSR – when academia meets reality
  • Hadia Fakhreldin, The British University in Egypt, The Three Facets of Sustainability in Higher Education, Leadership and Governance, Student Engagement and Community Inclusion
  • Sandra Hoomans, Saxion, Integrated strategic decision making
  • Riccardo Wagner, Hochschule Macromedia, Letting Sustainability succeed, A Sensemaking and Salutogenic approach for Overcoming Employee Passivity towards CSR

Track 6: General Issues in Business Practice, Lower Floor C

Chair: Dusan Kucera

  • Ruth Wolf, Bar Ilan University, Leadership and Ethics for Responsible Management and World Progress
  • Ana Simaens, ISCTE-IUL Business School, Looking at scientific research of HEI through the lens of the SDGs
  • Priya Sharma, Monash Malaysia School of Business, Empowering Refugees through Education and Capacity Building
  • Gabriel Weber, ESSCA Bordeaux, Sustainability – A (European) Ideology for the 21th Century?
  • Nárila Paola Sirino, FIEP System – The Federation of Industries of Paraná , Continuing Education and ICT: How Technology is changing the professional training

Track 7: Climate Change Education, Lower Floor D

Chair: Petra Molthan-Hill

  • Alex Hope, Faculty of Business and Law, Northumbria University, UK Climate Change Education: Review of the existing literature and identification of research gaps: presentation and workshop

12:30-13:30: Lunch & Networking

Interactive Space / Backstage:

12:30-12:50: Lunch Meditation (facilitated by Hajo Michels) – Take a couple of minutes to relax & pause for a moment. End your conference morning with a short, freshening lunch meditation before starting to mingle & network again and enjoying lunch with the conference crowd.


13:30-15:00: Parallel Sessions

Track 1: Responsible Management Education for SDG 1 Poverty Alleviation, Middle Floor

  • Claudio Boechat PRME Antipoverty Taskforce, Making SDG happen in an organization (and in the classroom), World Café on business purpose to create sense and meaning (the WHY), culture as the embedding environment that enables the action (the WHAT) and impact production as the action (the HOW)

Track 2: Teaching on SDGs and Students’ views, Lower Floor A

Chair: Daniela Ortiz

  • Ralf Isenmann & Sabine Landwehr-Zloch, Wilhelm Büchner Hochschule – Private Fernhochschule Darmstadt, Morphological box for ESD – landmark for universities implementing education for sustainable development (ESD)
  • Mari Kooskora, Estonian Business School, The Role of Responsible Leadership and Knowledge Transfer in Entrepreneurship Education
  • Antonia Lütgens, EFMD, online learning and digitalisation of business education
  • Daniela Ortiz, FH Wien Vienna University of Applied Sciences for Management and Communication, Educating business students towards the common good: applying the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a teaching tool for intellectual and practical engagement

Track 3: Leadership Development Papers & Roundtable, Upper Floor

  • Monika Kolb, Cologne Business School & Rudi Plettinx, Roundtable discussion for advancing leadership development

Track 4: Leadership Development Workshops, Backstage

  • Claudia Schmitt & Wolfgang Denzler, University Hamburg, Shared Mental Models, Design Thinking and Serious Play: Using Lego® for Envisioning a Sustainable Future

Track 5: Translating SDGs into Business and Educational Practice, Lower Floor B

Chair: Markus Raueiser

  • Tommy Borglund, Örebro University School of Business, Harnessing interaction with business in developing a sustainable business education – A typology based on empirical experience from the development of a master’s program in Sweden.
  • Nayele Macini, University of Sao Paulo, FEA-RP, Decoupling between practices and institutional speech: The vision of students from a business school signatory of PRME
  • Sylvia Manchen Spörri, University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur, On the way from knowledge transfer in management education to interdisciplinary key competencies for sustainable development in higher education – Experiences with the implementation of sustainable development in higher education at an University of Applied Sciences
  • Markus Raueiser, Cologne Business School & Volker Rundshagen, Stralsund University of Applied Sciences, Typology of Sustainable Management Education

Track 6: General Issues in Business Practice, Lower Floor C

Chair: Dusan Kucera

  • Meike Bukowski, Universtiy Oldenburg, Environmental Conflicts and Conservation Justice (CJC) in Marine Protection: CJC-Analyses
  • Christian Hauser, University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur, Are internationally active companies doing good to disguise harm?
  • Dusan Kucera, University of Economics Prague, Sustainability, Ethics and managerial responsibility as a challenge for Central and East Europe according the example from Czech Republic
  • Gabriel Weber, ESSCA Bordeaux, Georgescu-Roegen’s Natural Science Approach and Social Movements for Transformational Change to Sustainability

Track 7: Climate Change Education, Lower Floor D

Chair: Petra Molthan-Hill

  • Wendy Chapple, Petra Molthan-Hill, Rachel Welton & Michael Hewitt, Nottingham Business School, NTU, Carbon Literacy Training in the film industry -Research insights from ‘Coronation Street’, a popular soap in the UK and the Commonwealth, and its application to management education

15:00-15:30: Cake & Coffee


15:30-17:00: Parallel Sessions

Track 1: Responsible Management Education for SDG 1 Poverty Alleviation, Middle Floor

Anti-poverty Working Group Session

Chair: Al Rosenbloom & Milenko Gudić

The session is aimed at further elaborating and translating into concrete (WG and joint) projects and activities the ideas presented and shared in the WG session held on Monday 12 November at 10:00-12:00.

Track 2: Teaching on SDGs and Students’ views, Lower Floor A

Chair: Theresa Heithaus

  • Peng Cheng & XiaoYue Li, Peking University Green Plus Association, The Role of Young College Students in Green Leadership: A Case Study of Peking University Green Plus Association
  • Priya Sharma, Monash Malaysia School of Business, Connect the dots! Bring SDGs into the classroom through active learning
  • Michael Wihlenda, World Citizen School, Responsible Leadership & Management in Initiatives – The World Citizen School Model

Track 3: Leadership Development Papers & Roundtable, Uppper Floor

  • Sarah Reddig & Helena Rüttger, Wupptertal Insitute, “ECOmpany – It’s your business”: A Serious gaming approach for teaching alternative business models and sustainability

Track 4: Leadership Development Workshops, Backstage

  • Emily Johnston & Jannik Kaiser, Unity Effect, Leading change from the inside out: inner shifts for outer trans-formation

Track 6: General Issues in Business Practice, Lower Floor B

Chair: Christian Hauser

  • Semra Ascigil & Burhan Kaya, Middle East Technical University Ankara, CSR Perceptions and Organizational Identity
  • Christian Hauser, University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur, Tenure, international work experience and the acceptance of corruption
  • Stéphanie Looser, University of Lucerne / University of Surrey, Tourism vs. SDGs

Track 7: Climate Change Education, Lower Floor D

Chair: Petra Molthan-Hill

  • Alex Hope, Faculty of Business and Law, Northumbria University,UK & Petra Molthan-Hill, Nottingham Business School, NTU, Embedding SDG 13 (Climate Action) into the core curriculum of business schools Workshop to exchange best practice and to take ideas away for research and teaching

17:00-18:00: Student Voices, Interactive Wrap-Up & Outlook, Lower Floor

  • Students’ Voice on the SDGs and the Issue of Poverty in Management Education (presented by Anastasiya Marcheva & Al Rosenbloom)
  • Video Contest Award Ceremony: Student voices on responsible management education (presented by Regina Obexer, MCI Management Center Innsbruck)
  • 6th Responsible Management Education Research Conference (moderated by Milenko Gudić & Lutz Schlange)
  • Outlook 8th International Conference on Sustainability and Responsibility (moderated by Monika Kolb & Rene Schmidpeter)

19:00-21:30: Event at the Chamber of Commerce in Cologne (moderated by Giselle Steinhauer, WDR)

Location: IHK (Chamber of Commerce) Cologne

Address: Unter Sachsenhausen 10-26, 50667 Cologne, Germany

  • Werner Görg, President IHK
  • Lisa Fröhlich, President Cologne Business School
  • Wayne Visser, BASF | Port of Antwerp | Randstad Chair in Sustainable Transformation and is Professor of Integrated Value at Antwerp Management School: The Values Dividend: Making What Matters Count by Creating Integrated Value
  • Networking Opportunities including Food and Drinks