PRME Corner: How to Reduce Stress at Work

It is believed that we are prone to a stressful situation in at least one time in our adult lives. PRME Workshop on Thursday, 29 April 2018 held a talk about this on “How to Reduce Stress at Work”. In the talk, Dr. Henndy Ginting, Psi said that if we looked up in the Web […]

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PRME Corner: Ethics in Research, Do We Concern?

Ethics are norms or standards that are used to guide people to act and behave in a moral and responsible way. Therefore, research ethics defines as to how researchers work in appropriate way by considering the rights of the stakeholders who are involved including the researchers. This could be conducted by referring to the principles […]

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PRME Corner January Update: A Short Cross-Cultural Reflection on Sustainability: Who Gets to Rule the World?

In this article, I am inspired to provoke our understanding (or misunderstanding) of the idea of sustainability. The inspiration comes especially from various discussions, social experiments, and observations when it comes to understanding and doing sustainability, especially those that are by nature cross-cultural. Being cross-culturally aware means being aware of the socio-cultural processes of how […]

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PRME Corner November Update: An Assessment of the Principle for Responsible Management Education (PRME) Implementation in School of Business and Management ITB (SBM ITB)

Referring to our first newsletter published in October 2017, since November 2016 SBM ITB has been one of the signatories of the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiatives to align its mission to educate innovative leaders with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs).Referring to our first newsletter published in October 2017, since […]

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