Sustainable Enterprise Planning –


(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.
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks. This course is available to take individually or as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Different Work and Working Differently

  • Explain the role of leadership, business strategy and metrics in moving from transactional to transformational leadership
  • Analyze factors that facilitate organizational alignment
  • Identify the role service organizations play in transformation

A Necessary Change

  • Identify the drivers of environmental sustainability
  • Write Mission Vision and Value statements that incorporate sustainability
  • Describe the impact and benefit of ISO 14000

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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