Empowering Students to Engage with Responsible Business Thinking and Practices

Roger Murphy, Namrata Sharma, Jeremy Moon

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Abstract

The aim of this paper is to both consider what is meant by ‘responsible business’ and to explore pedagogical approaches which have been shown to lead toeffective student engagement with this important area of modern business thinking and practice. The goal of experiential learning is to encourage students to reflect upon the complexities of responsible business education in authentic business contexts. The range of pedagogies which enable this sort of reflection is thought to be quite wide, and can include internships, practical projects, case-studies, group-work, and observing and participating in artistic performances or cultural events.
The aim of this paper is to both consider what is meant by ‘responsible business’ and to explore pedagogical approaches which have been shown to lead toeffective student engagement with this important area of modern business thinking and practice. The goal of experiential learning is to encourage students to reflect upon the complexities of responsible business education in authentic business contexts. The range of pedagogies which enable this sort of reflection is thought to be quite wide, and can include internships, practical projects, case-studies, group-work, and observing and participating in artistic performances or cultural events.
LanguageEnglish
JournalBusiness and Professional Ethics Journal
Volume31
Issue number2
Pages313-330
ISSN0277-2027
StatePublished - 2012
Externally publishedYes

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Keywords

  • Experiential learning
  • Pedagogy
  • Management Education

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