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AMLE Virtual Themed Collections

These special collections highlight a number of articles which collectively illustrate the breadth of domains related to curriculum content and delivery that have been published in AMLE since its inception. The collections below are available online to all AOM members. Simply login to your AOM account to read.  If you'd like to purchase a print on demand copy of these collections you may do so by clicking the "Order Print Copy" button below.

Principles for Responsible Management Education 
Climate change, corruption reform, gender equity, forced migration, and decent work are no longer marginal topics in the mainstream news or business school curriculum. Recent global agreements such as COP21 and the United Nations' 21 October 2015 release of their 2030 agenda for people, planet, prosperity, peace, and partnership highlight the urgent need for management education reform. As management educators, we play a critical role in advancing solutions to the complex and challenging environment for leaders in the 21st century. To this end, we have developed the Academy of Management Learning & Education (AMLE) Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) virtual collection. 

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Business Ethics and Management EducationOrder Print Copy
A seemingly revolving door of ethics scandals has left behind damaged organizations, broken lives mired in financial and personal ruin, and a society skeptical of its business institutions. It has also left business schools asking what role they might have played in these ethical scandals and what role they can play in the solutions.
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Yes You Can Teach Entrepreneurship
Order Print CopyIncreasingly entrepreneurship is looked at around the world as an (if not "the") leading answer to economic and social problems. At the same time, Entrepreneurship as a business discipline has grown substantially, with more than 5,000 entrepreneurship courses delivered at over 2600 colleges and universities and over 250 business plan competitions in the U.S. alone. 
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How Can Business Schools Develop Leaders?
Order Print CopyDeveloping leaders is what business schools aspire to contribute to society. The pledge to do so features prominently in mission statements, web pages and course brochures—and it is as appealing as it is controversial. While large numbers of students flock to undergraduate, MBA and executive programs that promise to transform them into "leaders," the last decade has seen a mounting wave of criticism of what happens in those programs. 

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Can MBA Curricula Be Improved?
Order Print CopyIn recent years, against a backdrop of corporate scandals and a difficult economy, schools of business have been the subject of increased scrutiny and often scorn. As a result, a decade of intense scholarly debate has ensued about the value of MBA programs from multiple stakeholder perspectives. One critical component of this line of research has focused on issues related to both the content and delivery of MBA curricula with an eye toward improving the overall quality of graduate management education.

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AMLE Best Article Winners Collection
All of the "Best Article" winners, past and present, starting from 2002.

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