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…

Joining Forces for Powerful Research
Terri Griffith

Business schools began in partnership with businesses. We maintain relationships with our business communities through formal relationships with advisory boards, career centers, and adjunct faculty. As we strive for responsible research in business and management, perhaps we can look to stronger/more prevalent formal business relationships related to our research. Perhaps we’ll soon see corporate names…

RRVS20 We Will Statements

We Will Statements   The participants of this Summit were organized into ten breakout groups by stakeholder categories. Each group has between five to ten members. During the breakout group discussion, the group collectively developed a commitment to implement a joint action. Below are the ten “We Will” statements.   Group 1 (Accreditation leaders) AACSB and…

Responsible Research Virtual Summit

RESPONSIBLE RESEARCH VIRTUAL SUMMIT (RRVS) Duration: 3 hours Program for Virtual Summit     Due to the 2020 pandemic, we postponed the 2020 Responsible Research Summit (RRS2020) to June 27 – 28, 2021 and we committed to organize a Responsible Research Virtual Summit (RRVS) in June 2020 to maintain momentum for RRBM. The goal of…

RRAS2021 Brief Report

A full report of the 2021 Responsible Research Academic Summit can be downloaded here Responsible Research Academic Summit 2021 Brief Report   Overall Summit Objective To share experiences and explore new ideas to deepen and broaden the transformation toward responsible research in business schools by deans, editors, association leaders, senior and young scholars.   Specific…

D2C Proposal

Candidates were directed to address the following within their proposals: Research question – explain briefly the major question being pursued and how it relates to any of the topics described above in “Possible Research Topics and Methods”. Literature – explain briefly (no more than 15 references) what the literature informs about your question and why…