This six-week online programme comprises of six modules:
- Module 1: Introduction to sustainability and natural capital
- Module 2: The Circular Economy and sustainable business models
- Module 3: Building a sustainable organisation
- Module 4: Enablers of sustainability
- Module 5: Driving innovation through impactful solutions
- Module 6: Impact investment: fundamentals and characteristics
- Understand the benefits of adopting sustainable solutions
- Learn how to build a culture of sustainability in your organisation
- Gain the tools to develop your own sustainable business model
- Learn how to incorporate circular economy principles into your own business strategies.
This programme counts towards the Cambridge Judge Business School General Management Certificate of Achievement. On completing the GMCA you will be eligible to become an associate member of Cambridge Judge Business School’s global network of graduates and business-focused University of Cambridge alumni, faculty and staff.
Who should attend
This programme was developed to provide participants with in-depth knowledge of the fundamentals of sustainability and the benefits of implementing a circular economy. It is ideal for:
- C-Suite executives looking to use sustainability as a competitive advantage and drive business growth in a post-pandemic world
- Mid- to senior-level managers aiming to achieve business sustainability through innovative solutions and advance their career and lead an organisation
- Consultants seeking to provide their clients with innovative and sustainable solutions to business problems and demonstrate credibility and capability through a respected programme.
Faculty & speakers
Faculty (Professor level) in Management Practice
PhD (University of Nottingham)
Senior Faculty in Management Practice (Finance)
PhD (University of Cambridge)
Dates & fees
18 May 2021
Participants are expected to attend the whole programme.
If you have any questions or would like to have a chat about this programme and how it could benefit you or your organisation, please get in touch with the Open Programmes team:
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