The Circular Economy model is one that requires organisations across the value chain to explore adopting disruptive technologies based on improving asset life; adopting mechanisms for reusing, repairing and remanufacturing in the production process. The aim of circularity is to put back into the system everything relating to production, distribution and consumption, in order to extract as much value as possible from the resources and materials we utilise. The Circular Economy can be considered as an enabler to achieving overall sustainability in our economy.
This new programme will look at the importance of sustainability with respect to development goals and business models, and will examine its financial implications for an organisation. You will learn how to design end-user value propositions which will lead to increased cost efficiency, production effectiveness and business performance.
The new Live Online format of this programme offers the unique opportunity to network with a diverse group of peers, from different regions, industries and sectors.
The Circular Economy Centre (CEC)
Located within CJBS, the Circular Economy Centre is one of the 19 research centres based at the School combining academic vigour alongside practitioner engagement. The Centre’s research focuses on Circular Economy concepts and business models, as well as the policy and business contexts in which they operate. The CEC aims to achieve impact via deep engagement with organisations and their management challenges.
Our Live Online programmes offer the same quality and academic rigour associated with all Cambridge education:
Delivered by Cambridge Judge Business School’s world-class faculty – Cambridge Judge is a strong research-oriented business school with 19 research centres. All programmes are designed and led by an Academic Programme Director who is a member of Cambridge Judge faculty.
Drawing upon the strengths and resources of the wider University of Cambridge and the Cambridge ecosystem, including accessing global alumni and specialists as guest speakers
Small class sizes (maximum 30) and high levels of interaction with world-class faculty.
Emphasis on quality outcomes – we seek to monitor our delivery against the individual needs of participants. It is no accident that a little over half of our open programme participants come back to Cambridge Judge at least once, often multiple times.
An introduction to Circular Economy and sustainability issues
An introduction to Circular Economy and sustainability business models
Impact investing models
Sustainability finance instruments and models
Circular Economy and cost management and control
Impact on cost and revenue and your balance sheet
Impact on financial ratios.
Learn and assess the difference between a traditional economic model and Circular Economic model in order to achieve sustainability goals of business and society
Establish the business and financial case for adopting a Circular Economy model
Explore the concept of a circularity-by-design approach and understand how to incorporate those principles into your organisation
Understand the application of process innovation and supply chain management in a Circular Economy.