Successful businesses are built on trust. Employees and colleagues need to trust one another and they need to deserve and receive trust from customers and suppliers. Anti-Corruption provides resources for building trust through the implementation of comprehensive guidelines on how to professionalize ethics and anti-corruption education worldwide in a variety of classroom settings. It is written and tested by highly experienced program directors, deans and professors, in how to adopt, adapt and develop best teaching practice. It highlights successful patterns, details illustrative case studies and offers clear, hands-on recommendations.
Anti-Corruption enables business schools, management-related academic institutions, and Executive Training Programs to embed curriculum change quickly to achieve positive outcomes. It enables degree programs and executive education programs to achieve global standards that will be widely followed.
Table of Contents
Introduction to the PRME Anti-Corruption Toolkit Project1. Understanding corruption, anti-corruption and anti-corruption initiatives in management education2. International experiences3. Linking the anti-corruption curriculum to pedagogy: Selecting teaching methods in context4. Anti-Corruption Toolkit: Adaptations to the specific context of executive education5. Updating the Anti-Corruption Toolkit with locally relevant case studies6. Developing a common curriculum for integrating the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact into business education7. Anti-corruption teaching and research synchronization: Toward next steps in implementing the Anti-Corruption Toolkit8. Using the Anti-Corruption Toolkit in business schools: Future perspectives9. ConclusionsAppendix: Sample syllabus Contributor biographies