Our faculty in Sustainable Transformation, together with experts in the field, will take you through the entire process of sustainable transformation. This is a continuous process, based on four pillars:
Positive Futures (the “why?” of the sustainable transformation agenda): Creating a better future (more secure, smart, shared, sustainable, and satisfying) by tackling systemic global challenges (including disruption, disconnection, disparity, destruction, and discontent).
Integrated Value (the “what?” of the sustainable transformation agenda): Disseminating concepts and measures of value creation (including human, economic, technological, social, and natural value) across multiple capitals and implementing them in society as a whole and within organizations.
Meaningful Innovation (the “how?” of the sustainable transformation agenda): Finding creative, scalable solutions for our most urgent social & environmental problems, using innovative strategies, business models, products & services.
Purposeful Leadership (the “who?” of the sustainable transformation agenda): Developing inspiring, transformational leaders who can overcome society’s challenges with a systemic, disruptive, inclusive, sustainable, and ethical approach.
At the end of this course you will be able to:
translate the complexity of global challenges into a clear outline for your own sustainability strategy.
identify sustainability trends that may disrupt your business model.
set to work with sustainability strategy frameworks and tools.
integrate and transform your strategic goals into a set of SMART goals and KPIs.
embed and optimize your strategy execution processes by creating sustainable mindsets.
enable your processes, products & services, and business models by smartly adopting a sustainable transformation strategy.
identify whether you have the necessary competences to enable sustainable transformation.
have the conceptual knowledge of innovation, including a global, company and personal perspective.
translate ideas into innovative action.
outline a Design Thinking trajectory and know what concrete actions you can take to generate sustainable solutions to current problems.
identify sustainability trends that may disrupt your current business model, and use the right tools to transform the business model into a sustainable business model.
set to work with innovation frameworks and tools.
identify whether you have the necessary competences to enable sustainable innovation and develop sustainability innovators.