This module provides an overview of the nature of sustainable development as applied in any business, organization and society. It covers the evolution, principles and dimensions of sustainability based on prevailing theories and practices, such as Stakeholder Theory, Triple Bottom-Line and Circular Economy. A discussion on Systems Thinking lays down the groundwork in equipping the participants with the tools to systematically analyze and solve sustainability issues in the 21 st Century.
1200 to 2000
4 hours synchronous | 4 hours asynchronous
At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:
Appreciate and apply the bases and principles of sustainability in the pursuit of his organization’s vision, mission and objectives in the age of disruption and innovation.
Systems Thinking for Sustainability
Introduction to Industrial Ecology and Circular Economy
Triple Bottom Line
The Stakeholder Management
Collaborative Strategy for Sustainability
The Tragedy of the Commons Facilitator
Dr. Juan Reyes teaches Strategy and Sustainability Education in various universities. He is the President and CEO of Eco-Life Foundation Inc., wherein he has been involved in various projects related to sustainability education and consultancy. He also pioneered in the sustainability projects, among which have won several international recognition and awards. Currently, he is assisting publicly-listed companies in preparation of their sustainability reports required by the Securities and Exchange Commission.