SEM 638 - Corporate Sustainability

3 units (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

Faculty of Business

This course examines business strategies for sustainable development. Business sustainability is defined as managing the triple bottom line - designing mission driven enterprises that provide a thriving future for business, society and the planet. To achieve this, managers must adopt a fresh understanding of the role of the business enterprise. The course will draw from successful sustainability efforts of leading business organizations, both locally and internationally, by identifying key success factors that encourage sustainable business practices. It will also place current understandings of sustainability in a wider context by exploring the historical roots of current sustainability practices and examining their implications for key stakeholders of the business enterprise.

Spring Term 2024

Lectures

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LECTURE 800
(31346)
60
2024-06-17 - 2024-07-26

Fall Term 2024

Lectures

Section Capacity Class times Login to view Instructor(s) and Location
LECTURE 800
(53337)
60
2024-09-03 - 2024-12-09