Principles for Responsible Management Education

As the issues businesses intend to solve and adopt become more complex, as it has been the case in the past few years, a brand new set of skills and a full platform should be in place to create new knowledge. This is about training and promoting executives and managers with the courage and the set of skills needed to raise the right questions and make the right decisions, not only when there is an ethical or legal problem in the firm but also when the problems and implications for risk management and reputation are out of the company boundaries. The challenge is:

the increasing public expectation that businesses would assume their responsibilities on what has previously emerged as an economic “externality”: the environment, poverty, health, and the impacts on families, communities, and employees

The reality is that the question about business involvement has moved beyond “whether it makes sense for a business to invest in the community or engage with stakeholders.” And in all the above, business education should play a leading role. So, the Global Compact initiative has developed the Principles for Responsible Management Education, along with a task force of 50 renown academics worldwide pertaining to top Business Schools from different origins, such as Harvard Business School, Wharton School of Business, and Sloan Management School (MIT) –the three based in the USA-; INSEAD (France); IESE (Spain) and TEC de Monterrey (Mexico), just to name a few. These Principles were submitted to the business community in the Geneva Global Compact Leaders Summit on July 5 and 6, 2007 by the United Nations Secretary General, Mr. Ban Ki-moon. The Argentine Global Compact Network participated in this tasks force through the Instituto de Estudios para la Sustentabilidad Corporativa [Center for Study of Corporate Sustainability], an institution that adhered to these principles in June 2008.

Find below the Sharing Information Progress sheets in Spanish language showing the progress from July 2008.


Sharing Information Progress sheet 2017-2019

Sharing Information Progress sheet 2016-2017


Sharing Information Progress sheet 2015-2016

Sharing Information Progress sheet 2014-2015


Sharing Information Progress sheet 2013-2014

Sharing Information Progress sheet 2012-2013


Sharing Information Progress sheet 2011-2012

Sharing Information Progress sheet 2010-2011


Sharing Information Progress sheet 2009-2010

Sharing Information Progress sheet 2008-2009