Inaugural OB Division Award for Societal Impact

Inaugural OB Division Award for Societal Impact Sponsored by Pepperdine Graziadio Business School and the OB Division     The 2020 recipient from the OB Division Award for Societal Impact is Laura Morgan Roberts from the University of Virginia   Scholarly work with societal impact is both scientifically credible and useful to society; it produces societally…

Resilience in Uncertain Times
Martina Linnenluecke

As many of you know, I research resilience, that is, the capacity of individuals, organisations and communities to recover from substantial adversity. In this essay, I offer some of my own experiences and observations, and hope that they can contribute to tackling major global challenges such as the Covid-19 health emergency and climate change. I…

RRBM on Tour Symposium – Poznan

RRBM on Tour Symposium Date: Thursday, 10 March 2022 Time: 10:30 – 16:15 (local time) Virtually hosted on Zoom by the Poznan University of Economics and Business (Poland) Overall Objective: The overall objective of the symposium is to advance a critical and ethical understanding of what responsible science is so that credible and trustworthy knowledge…

RRBM PRO WEBINARS

RRBM PRO WEBINAR Responsible Research in pandemic times EVENT DETAILS Crises often create opportunities for creative responses because of the inspiration they provide to think differently. A pandemic crisis is unique in its that its impact is universal, impacting upon every country and every sector. It can wreak havoc. Thankfully, business and management research, embracing…

RRVS Participants

  List of participants (alphabetical order)     First Name Last Name Affiliation Position Discipline Country RRBM status** Africa Ariño IESE Professor of Strategic Management Management Spain Endorser Atalay Atasu INSEAD Professor of Technology and Operations Management Operations Management France Peter Bamberger Tel Aviv University Professor of Management Management Israel Endorser Sudipta Basu Temple University…

The 21st Century University: Societal and Sustainable
Andreas Kaplan

The societal aspects of education provide some of its main benefits, its purpose being to contribute to society’s welfare. Universities should accordingly produce responsible and accountable leaders in their respective domains through education. However, higher education’s quest for revenue and reputation has led universities to sideline or even neglect this stated societal purpose. While it…

Colorado State University

Colorado State University, College of Business Implementing “Business for a Better World” though Research with Impact   The College of Business at Colorado State University is encouraging its faculty and others to conduct well-grounded research addressing pressing societal problems. Initiatives include several aligned recognition/award programs, complementary academic centers, an annual ethics/sustainability conference, public policy-oriented journal…