Business Education

In 2005 I left my work at the United Nations to pursue an MBA at London Business School with the plan of using it to change the way that business approached sustainability. While there, disappointed by the lack of sustainability content in the business school curriculum, I started a project on how to change that. This resulted in my first book, The Sustainable MBA used by businesses and business schools globally still today. Since then, I continue to work with universities, business school networks and businesses in order to push this agenda forwards. I was a Special Advisor to the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education for many years and the recipient of the United Nations Pioneer Award for my work. My aim is to influence, inspire and share innovative approaches that engage students, staff, faculty and alumni in these topics, regardless of their job.

Projects

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Every Monday I share a carefully curated list of ideas and resources focused on mainstreaming sustainability into higher education with a focus on management education.

Book

Future MBA

This book and ongoing project explore how to rethink management education to make it more relevant and impactful.

Project

ProjectS

Engages business students in short sustainability projects (virtual and in person) that benefit small community organisations.

Book

The Sustainable MBA

This book provides an overview of sustainability and business with a focus on the individual business disciplines.

Research

Sustainability Reporting

Over a decade studying and advising on business school sustainability reports globally.

Research

Embedding Sustainability

Exploring why and how business schools are mainstreaming sustainability.

Resources

Resources

Additional resources that can be used to explore sustainability topics.

Organisation I’ve Worked With

TedX x Warwick

Why business school is key to making sustainability happen

Get in Touch

Interested in developing new innovative approaches to sustainability? Have an interesting approach you would like to share? I’d love to hear from you.

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