Whether you teach accounting, marketing, or finance, sustainability plays a key role. Browse NBS’s resources to use in the classroom and inspire your teaching.
September is upon us. In many parts of the world, this means a new school year, new classes, new students, and new ideas.
The NBS library is a great resource for curriculum building. Here, we highlight some of the articles and media that can be easily be integrated into business courses.
For Introductory Classes, the Basics of Business Sustainability
NBS’s “Basics” series is a continuously expanding resource. Check back in the coming months for additional topics such as social sustainability, shared value, and sustainable finance.
For Those Who Love to Watch or Listen
Recognizing that people learn in different ways, we highlight some of our most engaging animated videos and podcasts. For more, subscribe to our YouTube channel and check out all of our podcasts by filtering our Resource Library
Social sustainability often gets less attention than environmental sustainability. But it’s just as important.
Digital tools like blockchain, sensors and drones can revolutionize sustainability, entrepreneurs say. But it all starts with the business model.
Ethical behavior in business comes from reflection, adaptation, and practice, say three ethics experts. They describe how people and companies can make ethical choices.
Business has a central role in advancing sustainable development. Here’s how to bring the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals into your company.
To Motivate and Set the Tone for Class
We live in challenging times. Start your class by contextualizing it within world events. Here are some recent articles with that focus.
To Approach Teaching Differently
Creative approaches are emerging to teaching and to the very purpose of business schools. NBS’s teaching library offers best practices for individual faculty, centres, and schools. Here are some highlights.
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Great materials for teachers