Anti-Corruption presents comprehensive anti-corruption guidelines on how to professionalize anti-corruption education around the world. Written by international business professors and deans, the book guides academic institutions in how to adopt, adapt and develop best practice. It presents sample curricula, illustrative case studies and offers clear, hands-on recommendations.
Adopted as the standard method for embedding anti-corruption principles in business
Developed by global leaders using years of practical experience
Describes applied teaching methodologies for quick implementation
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.
1. Introduction to the PRME Anti-Corruption Project
2. Understanding anti-corruption and anti-corruption in management education initiatives
3. Challenges to international adaptations across different settings
4. Challenges to adaptations to various degree programs
5. Challenges to adaptations to executive education
6. Updates of the Toolkit with ongoing research
7. Review of sample curricula and emerging core models
8. Analysis of applied teaching methodologies and emerging best practices
9. Linking the Toolkit with other Global Compact Principles
10. Future perspectives on using the Toolkit in business schools