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Social Intrapreneurship (SEEK-940-B)
0.50 Credit
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Description:

This course counts toward the following majors: Social Enterprise

Formerly KIEI-943-A

Do you plan to pursue a “regular” career in marketing, finance, operations, etc. at a large corporation? Would you also like to make a positive impact on the world, not just in your spare time but at your workplace? This class is designed for those who wish to connect their values to their “daytime job” and have a meaningful impact as a leader beyond personal ethics. It is about social innovation from the frontlines rather than the top and hence especially suitable for early career professionals. The course provides a broad framework and practical toolkit for how to identify opportunities, get support and navigate the corporate landscape in pursuit of social and environmental issues. We draw on case analyses and the first-hand experiences of guest speakers who have succeeded (or not) in driving social and environmental change in the companies they work with – creating products, business lines and organizational policies that are both financially viable and achieve outcomes extending beyond profits.

Prerequisites:
None

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