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Business Schools and the Positive Impact Rating (PIR)

General Information

More than 20 GBSN members have registered to participate in the 2024 edition of the Positive Impact Rating (PIR), which is based on student input about the societal impact of their business schools. In this session, we explore the experience of four schools on four continents. Why did they choose to participate in the PIR? What were the risks and challenges? What did they learn? In what ways did it help them? How has GBSN membership supported their goals of cultivating positive impact?

Session Recording

Date & Time

Tuesday, 13 February at 8:00am EDT/1:00 CET


  • Dr. Jill Bogie

    Director: GIBS Sustainability Initiatives Africa
    Gordon Institute of Business Science
    South Africa
  • Dan LeClair, Ph.D

    Global Business School Network
  • Snehal Shah

    Associate Dean, Academics & Research
    S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research
  • Sandro Sánchez

    Chief Positive Impact Officer
    Centrum PUCP Business School
  • Susana Santos

    Sustainability Manager
    Nova School of Business and Economics

More speaker information to follow.


About the Positive Impact Rating (PIR)

The Positive Impact Rating (PIR) evaluates business schools based on their societal impact and commitment to continuous improvement. Unlike traditional rankings, PIR emphasizes purpose-driven education, aligning with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.