About BSBI

With campuses across Berlin, Hamburg, Paris, Athens and Barcelona, the Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI) prepares students for meaningful and impactful careers in their chosen industries in any part of the world. All programmes at BSBI are designed with three principles in mind: enterprise, leadership and success. Each programme focuses on improving practical business skills and understanding of the relevant industry. Students will receive the tools and information they need for professional success as well as support from industry-focused academics who are at the top of their field. They will also benefit from extensive career support for guidance and advice. 

BSBI is part of GUS Germany GmbH (GGG), a dynamic network of higher education institutions with more than 15,000 students at locations in Germany, Europe and beyond. Berlin School of Business and Innovation is a member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), an official signatory of the ‘United Nations – Principles for Responsible Management Education’ (UN-PRME) global initiative and a member of the Business Graduates Association (BGA), sister organisation to the Association of MBAs (AMBAs).

Doing the Next Step: 

Responsible Management Education between Transforming and Radicalising 

Berlin School of Business and Innovation GmbH 

Alte Post · Karl-Marx-Straße

97-99 · 12043

Berlin Germany

Berlin, Germany

24 - 26 September 2024 

To radicalising the space of RME, it is a common reflection that business schools’ curricula must be fundamentally reimagined. In traditional models, the primary emphasis was frequently placed on profit-driven strategies, while the wider social and environmental implications were deemed less important, if not ignored. 

In the future, the curriculum, and even the programme (bachelors, masters, doctorates) titles and names, should include classes that focus on topics such as ethical leadership, sustainable business practices, and corporate social responsibility as the backbone of all taught courses. Additionally, the lifelong learning component and online learning also must be enhanced to accompany the future leaders in their managerial development journey.

About the RMER Conference

Responsible Management Education (RME) has evolved over the years as a response to a shifting global landscape and the realisation that business education must align itself with broader societal needs. The Seven Principles of UN PRME set the framework for questioning if we are on the right pathway. Although laudable efforts have been made by the RME community, progress is still too slow and does not go deep enough.

It is important for the business education community to understand how can we better study, understand, and generate a more radical RME that generates responses that break with the old-established business-school-as-usual framework. Instead, we must focus on radical actions that correspond to the depth of the social, environmental, and economic challenges we are facing.

Opening a Dialogue Framework and a Roadmap

for the Sustainable Future of Business Schools

Lisa Fröhlich

President DACH Chapter and PRME Board Member, Professor of Strategic Supply Management

Cologne, Germany

Education and Pedagogy Have to be Rethought Completely Anew

RME Until Now

Christian Baumgartner

Head of Major Sustainable Tourism & International Development, Fachhochschule Graubünden

Chur, Switzerland

Alfred Rosenbloom

Professor Emeritus, Marketing & International Business, Brennan School of Business

Illinois, USA

Milenko Gudic

Founding Director, Refoment Consulting and Coaching Belgrade, Serbia

Anastasios Fountis

Educational Material Developer and

11th RME Research Conference Coordinator

Berlin,  Germany

Call for Tracks

Conference Dates

23 Sep   PRME Champions Meeting (by invitation only)

24 Sep    PRME-Related Meetings and Workshops

                Conference Opening

25 Sep    Conference and Social Dinner

26 Sep   Conference and Closing Ceremony

In this context, during the 11th Responsible Management Education Research Conference, the participants will have the opportunity get a deep dive into innovative and virtual educational platforms and experience the following:

BSBI & Edutech


Conference Venue

Berlin School of Business and Innovation

Karl-Marx-Strasse 97-99, 

12043, Berlin, Germany

Learn more about the previous conferences

Learn more about BSBI


Further instructions on participant registration, proposals for accommodation and how to reach BSBI will follow soon.

Programme Committee

• BSBI Metaverse Virtual Campus on Second Life 

Teaching with BOTSBI, BSBI’s AI Robot and through a hologram stage 

Organising a TEDx Event to reach a broader audience

• Educational Workshop with Virtual Reality Googles at https://www.spatial.io/




Thank you for your submissions! 

The submission window for tracks has closed.

We will be sharing further details soon. 

Please stay tuned.