This topical and much needed book constitutes an important part of the debate on the integrity in an academic context as a sine qua non of responsible management education. Like you, we've all been listening to the highly publicized corporate scandals and instances of management misconduct that have eroded public faith. Simultaneously, management scholars and educators have begun to question the assumptions underlying the traditional management education, which in their view not only contributed to a recent moral crisis but has also failed to prepare students and executives for coping with the responsible leadership challenges and ethical dilemmas that face managers in contemporary corporations. This book discusses, with stimulating examples, how universities should bring alive their core values. Using case studies and examples from universities from all over the world, you'll learn real practical advice and guidance, which explain in detail how you and other administrators and educators should discover, articulate, and institutionalize (implementation, securing and controlling by creating adequate policies, procedures process, etc.) university core values into academic daily activities and create a foundation for academy integrity.