Following two years of preparation, the Regional PRME Chapter for the German-speaking part of Europe was launched today during the Conference on Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) for Germany, Switzerland and Austria. A sister initiative to the UN Global Compact, PRME helps to bring business schools into the fold of corporate sustainability.

Fifteen higher education institutions are part of the founding group of the PRME DACH Chapter, which aims to provide a platform for dialogue, learning, and action on responsible management and leadership education and research:

HTW Chur
represented by Juerg Kessler
 
Pforzheim University
represented by Ulrich Jautz

MCI Management Center Innsbruck
represented by Andreas Altmann
 
Goethe-University
represented by Gerhard Minnameier
 
GGS Heilbronn, German Graduate School of Management & Law
represented by Christopher Stehr
 
WU Wien - Vienna University of Economics & Business
represented by Fred Luks
 
Hochschule der Medien – Steinbeis University Berlin
represented by Wilfried Mödinger
 
IUBH School of Business and Management
represented by Kurt Jeschke
 
TU Dresden - IHI Zittau
represented by Albert Löhr

Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Amberg-Weiden (OTH)
represented by Bernhard Bleyer

Educatis Foundation /Educatis University Organisation
Konstantin Theile

Reutlingen University
represented by Bernd Banke
 
Frankfurt School of Finance
& Management
represented by Heike Brost
 
University of Tuebingen - Global Ethics Institute
represented by Claus Dierksmeier


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DACH Signatory Conference20th - 22nd February, 2014Management Center Innsbruck, Austria
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