Organisational Strategies for Circular Economy and Sustainability Management
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This unit deals with organisational change and corporate strategy for sustainable outcomes: sustainability for business, for society and the continuation of life processes. The need to develop an integrated approach to ecological sustainability is explored, and opportunities and constraints on incremental and transformational change reviewed. Special consideration is given to the types of business principles that can be readily applied; reviewing outmoded business strategy approaches that ill-fit environmental and sustainability management; and exploring new possibilities for new challenges. In a graduate setting, this course reviews the new business challenges of the 21st century and looks at the role of Corporate strategy in achieving a more sustainable future. .
What you'll learn
- a clear understanding and appreciation of the challenges facing organisational change in meeting sustainable development goals
- an ability to critique corporate strategy approaches in the development of the business case for corporate sustainability
- an ability to evaluate the role of both incremental and transformational business changes in the development of sustainability focussed corporate strategy
- evaluate the performance of modern corporate strategy as a tool for achieving corporate sustainability
- an ability to present and defend the value of corporate strategy in modern sustainability management
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