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콜로라도 대학교의 First Steps in Making the Business Case for Sustainability 학습자 리뷰 및 피드백

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23개의 평가
11개의 리뷰

강좌 소개

The Business School at the University of Colorado Denver wants to help you become a change agent for sustainable business. We hope that with the skills and concepts you gain from this specialization that you will help your business reduce its social and environmental impact. Being a change agent is hard. It takes courage and passion and knowledge. To implement change also requires being able to make the case for that change in terms that people in your company or organization respond to and understand. After completing the specialization, you will be able to: * Discuss the threats and opportunities that major global trends such as climate change present to businesses; * Identify ways a company can improve its environmental and social performance; * Evaluate and compare companies’ sustainability activities and products; * Develop a business case for implementing sustainability investments; * Identify key criteria of green businesses and product design; * Be a change agent in your organization; * Understand emerging topics in sustainable business, including those in the public policy space. We're very excited about offering this MOOC specialization and hope it gives you the first step toward learning about and taking action to make the places you work and the products you buy more sustainable. Sustainable business changes daily with new products, innovations and ideas, so you will be important in keeping the class current. We look forward to learning from you as you take this green journey! ______...

최상위 리뷰

LB

Aug 13, 2018

I am a sustainability professional and I learned a lot with this course! The instructors are awesome and the topics are very current.

AW

Feb 28, 2018

Easy to follow, well laid out, great information. Definitely starts with the basics, which is what someone like me needed. Thanks!

필터링 기준:

First Steps in Making the Business Case for Sustainability의 11개 리뷰 중 1~11

교육 기관: Veres A

Mar 14, 2019

I think it is a great course for anybody, who is new to sustainability and wants to shift his/her career in this field. I have obtained a lot of useful insights, which were really mind-opening and opened up new ways of thinking. I particularly enjoyed the peer-reviewed assessments, because they provided good practical base for us to adopt what we have learnt. I am not very sure, however, that I like the system that we had to rely on fellow-learners to correct our assessments at pre-determined times. However, I would like to say thanks for everybody who contributed to the realization of this course, and by all means to the senior instructor, John Byrd.

교육 기관: Natalia C

Sep 08, 2019

The course is both interesting and useful. The peer-graded assignment system rather tricky though.

교육 기관: Luiza B

Aug 13, 2018

I am a sustainability professional and I learned a lot with this course! The instructors are awesome and the topics are very current.

교육 기관: Johnny L

Oct 25, 2018

Very informative and practical. Look forward in more details in the follow up course.

교육 기관: Riikka H

Feb 13, 2018

Absolutely great! Engaging and practical advice on how to make a sustainable business case with calculations.

교육 기관: Alecia W

Feb 28, 2018

Easy to follow, well laid out, great information. Definitely starts with the basics, which is what someone like me needed. Thanks!

교육 기관: Pore J

Jan 27, 2018

Excellent course for starting idea of sustainable organization

교육 기관: Gopika A S P

Jun 15, 2019

ALL COURSES GIVE A BIT OF CHALLENGE AND PRACTICAL

교육 기관: Sarif P

Sep 27, 2019

An excellent course for the people who look forward to becoming sustainable business agent.

교육 기관: Martin Z

May 14, 2018

Great course. A few errors, but still worth passing it

교육 기관: Gerdi B

Jun 21, 2018

Great course, however I did not quiet get the fact that there are 4 courses in total to this specialization as I was confused by the mentioning of weeks and courses. Otherwise I would have started more courses simultaneously.