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Developing a Sustainability Mindset in Management Education

1

(The Principles for Responsible Management Education Series)

Kassel, Kerul (EDT)   Rimanoczy, Isabel (EDT)

Routledge 2018/04
出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781783537273
eISBN: 9781351063326
KNPID: EY00233657
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Full Description

With an expanding awareness of the challenges of sustainability, featured more in the daily news than in higher education textbooks, scholars and faculty have been called to connect their syllabi to the ‘real world’. This book doesn’t just offer the ‘why’; it offers the ‘how’ through presenting the definition and model of the ‘sustainability mindset’ to help educators frame curricula to facilitate broad and deep systemic learning among current and future leaders.

A sustainability mindset is intended to help individuals analyze complex management challenges and generate truly innovative solutions. The sustainability mindset breaks away from traditional management disciplinary silos by integrating management ethics, entrepreneurship, environmental studies, systems thinking, self-awareness and spirituality within the dimensional contexts of thinking (knowledge), being (values) and doing (competency).

This book is aimed at professors, faculty members, instructors, teaching assistants, researchers and doctoral students in higher learning management education programs. Chapter contributors are all teaching professionals from programs around the world, who have been doing research and creating curricula, assessments, tools, and more for the students in their classes, and the book will be globally applicable.

Table of Contents

List of Figures and Tables

Contributor Biographies

Foreword

Introduction

Acknowledgements

PART I: THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR SUSTAINABILITY MINDSET IN MANAGEMENT EDUCATION

Chapter 1: A Sustainable Mindset Model for Management Education

Kerul Kassel, Isabel Rimanoczy, and Shelley Mitchell

Chapter 2: Sustainability and the Being Dimension: The heart of the matter

Isabel Rimanoczy and Karthyeni Sridaran

Chapter 3: Values, Sustainability, and Implications for Management Education

Marta Sambiase, Silvia M. Russi De Domenico, and Janette Brunstein

Chapter 4: Motivation for the Sustainability Mindset

Angus Yip

Chapter 5: A Value Centric Approach to Eudaimonia (Human Flourishing)

Radha Sharma

Chapter 6: Cosmodern Education: Emotional, Spiritual, and Ecological Literacy to Develop a Sustainability Mindset

Javier Collado-Ruano

PART II: CURRICULAR EXAMPLES OF EMBEDDING SUSTAINABILITY MINDSET WITHIN MANAGEMENT EDUCATION

Chapter 7: Experiential Learning Methods for Teaching Entrepreneurship with a Sustainability Mindset

Henrietta Onwuegbuzie and Ijeoma Ugwuanyi

Chapter 8: Enhancing the Sustainability Mindset Through Real Life Business as a Flourishing Impact Project

Amelia Januar Indrajaya

Chapter 9: ‘I (do) not care what you think about my ideas’: Navigating Agripreneurship Through Sustainable Learning Processes From A Cross-Cultural Perspective

Alexander Tetteh Kwasi Nuer

Chapter 10: Making Sense of Mindfulness in Management Education

Charlie Yang

Chapter 11: Holistic Education, Transformative Learning and Sustainability Mindset in a Business School: A Case Study of a Brazilian Jesuit University

Soraia Schutel, Janaína Pimenta Lemos Becker, Janaina Audino

Chapter 12: Developing a sustainability mindset through service learning

Mario Vázquez Maguirre and Consuelo García de la Torre

PART III: INTEGRATING SUSTAINABILITY MINDSET IN PROGRAMMATIC LEARNING GOALS

Chapter 13: Consciousness-Based Education: Cultivating Sustainable Minds

Dennis Heaton and Colin Heaton

Chapter 14: Leapfrogging to the Fourth Mission in Higher Education: A New Ghanaian College Creates Sustainability Approaches and Community Engagement

Helen Akolgo-Azupogo, Roland Bardy, and Arthur Rubens

Chapter 15: Developing The Abilities For Tomorrow: What Liberal Arts Can Contribute To Management Education

Mary Grace Neville