MGAP-4417 Corporative Environmental Strategy
This course delves into the concepts necessary to integrate the environmental and social variable in the "heart" of the corporate strategy of different organizations. This is how the course explores the relationship between environmental management and the comparative advantages of an organization and the circumstances under which different strategies may be more effective. It also develops the capacity to analyze an industry and the firms it consists of, in order to propose environmental management strategies in a prospective manner. Students can discuss the approaches to formulate and implement strategies for different organizations from the private, public and third sector. Similarly, students carry out work that includes the design of instruments and mechanisms to monitor and follow up on the different strategies analyzed in class.
InstructorWan Hoof Bart
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