Sustainable Enterprise Planning – mgt470 (3 credits)
This course provides an integrative discussion on sustainable enterprise planning. Special emphasis is placed on applying environmental science, systems analysis, environmental economics, resource allocation, and the regulatory environment to developing a sustainable business plan for the future.
Different Work and Working Differently
- Identify the role service organizations play in transformation
- Explain the role of leadership, business strategy and metrics in moving from transactional to transformational leadership
- Analyze factors that facilitate organizational alignment
A Necessary Change
- Identify the drivers of environmental sustainability
- Describe the impact and benefit of ISO 14000
- Write Mission Vision and Value statements that incorporate sustainability
Designing the Sustainability Plan
- Analyze the environmental factors that impact EMS planning
- Outline the components of the EMS plan
- Identify the structure and requirements of ISO 14001
What Gets Measured Gets Done
- Design an EMS measurement system
- Determine recycling strategies for disposed products
- Describe the ISO certification process
Beyond Compliance; Creating Value
- Describe the relationship between sustainability and total quality
- Analyze the impact of a sustainability program on stakeholders
- Create a plan for sustainable transformation and restoration
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