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MOB7548

LEADING FOR SOCIAL VALUES

MOB7548

Course Description:

MOB7548 Leading for Social Value 3 elective credits The role of business in society has significantly shifted. Business leaders increasingly have to meet the challenges and competing demands of _doing well_ (economic value), while at the same time _doing good_ (social value). This course will build on some of the most current thinking around the design, execution and assessment of _triple bottom line_ leadership strategies. Students will have the opportunity to: Engage in focused, in-depth analysis of an array of companies and the multiple ways they are addressing social value creation; Meet in person and discover what leaders across these organizations are doing and the impact this is having; Explore the complex opportunities available to enhance and expand social value creation in a world where the lines between business and society have significantly shifted; contribute to the thought leadership for an addendum to the book, Creating Social Value: A Guide for Leaders and Changemakers. Prerequisite: None

Department:

Management

Course Level:

Graduate Elective (Grad)

Course Credits:

1.5

Course Programs:

Graduate