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Course is open to anyone interested in business and the Sustainable Development Goals

Aprox. 16 horas para completar

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O que você vai aprender

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    Know what the SDGs are, why they are important and how each individual can be an agent for positive change in the world

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    Develop a positive, critical, aware and courageous attitude towards the SDGs

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    Be able to identify interconnectedness of the SDGs and the challenges behind solving them

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    Understand the role of business in the transition to sustainable development to create a prosperous future for all

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Prazos flexíveis

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Nível iniciante

Course is open to anyone interested in business and the Sustainable Development Goals

Aprox. 16 horas para completar

Sugerido: The course will consist of seven weeks, with an approximate workload of three hours per week. ...

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Programa - O que você aprenderá com este curso

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2 horas para concluir

Week 1: Introduction to the Sustainable Development Goals

5 vídeos (Total 19 mín.), 4 leituras, 1 teste
5 videos
A Systematic Hierarchy of the SDGs and the MOOC structure (Lauren Verheijen)3min
Sustainable development: a wicked opportunity for business? (Professor Rob van Tulder)7min
Positive change starts with I WILL – the hummingbird (Eva Rood)3min
Summary of Week 1 (Lauren Verheijen)35s
4 leituras
Week 1: Introduction to the Sustainable Development Goals1min
Introduction to the Hummingbird Challenges2min
Hummingbird Challenge 1: WWF footprint questionnaire30min
Recommended readings and learning materials1min
1 exercício prático
What do you know about the SDGs?10min
Semana
2
2 horas para concluir

Week 2: The Biosphere

13 vídeos (Total 67 mín.), 4 leituras, 2 testes
13 videos
The business case for Climate Action (Dr Steve Kennedy)6min
Floor covering company learns from nature to bring positive change (Geanne van Arkel, Interface)4min
Life below Water (SDG 14) and Life on Land (SDG 15) (Lauren Verheijen)1min
How business can mitigate externalities that impact oceans and contribute to SDG 14: Life below Water (Dr Mallory Flowers)5min
The WWF/Rabobank partnership to work towards sustainable salmon production in Chile (Brenda de Swart, Cristina Torres and other stakeholders involved, WWF and Rabobank Chile).11min
How to design and enforce effective sustainability standards to contribute to SDG 15: Life on Land (Dr Frank Wijen)7min
The B Corps Assessment for companies that balance purpose and profit (Marcello Palazzi, B Corporations)10min
How business schools can contribute to ecosystem restoration (Willem Ferwerda, Commonland)3min
Clean Water and Sanitation – SDG 6 (Lauren Verheijen)1min
How the finance industry can drive sustainable solutions (Professor Dirk Schoenmaker)5min
Achieving responsible long-term returns with global investments (Frank Roeters van Lennep, PGGM)5min
Summary of Week 2 (Lauren Verheijen)41s
4 leituras
Introduction to the Biosphere1min
Hummingbird Challenge 2: Reduce your footprint30min
Challenges related to water15min
Recommended readings and learning materials1min
2 exercícios práticos
What is the progress on SDG 15?15min
What do you know about SDGs 6, 13, 14, and 15?10min
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3
2 horas para concluir

Week 3: Society I

13 vídeos (Total 60 mín.), 3 leituras, 1 teste
13 videos
Sustainable development begins with respecting human rights (Professor Cees van Dam)5min
How can businesses contribute to human rights and to SDG 1: No Poverty? (Heleen Tiemersma)5min
Tony’s Chocolonely, working towards a slave-free chocolate industry and contributing to SDG 1: No Poverty (Arjen Boekhold)6min
SDG 2: Zero Hunger and SDG 3: Good Health and Well-being for People (Lauren Verheijen)1min
The role of finance in meeting SDG 2: Zero Hunger (Dr Marta Szymanowska)6min
Driving sustainable development and tackling SDG 2: Zero Hunger through finance – FMO the Dutch Development Bank (Pieternel Boogaard, Joanita Wartemberg, and Toghrul Khalilli)7min
How value-based healthcare contributes to SDG 3: Good Health and Well-being for People (Professor Erik van Raaij)6min
A business case for value-based care of patients with Type 1 diabetes (Dr Henk-Jan Aanstoot, Diabeter)5min
Introducing SDG 7: Affordable and Clean Energy (Lauren Verheijen)1min
Reaching SDG 7: Affordable and Clean Energy (Dr Yashar Ghiassi-Farrokhfal)5min
How the Port of Rotterdam is contributing to SDG 7: Affordable and Clean Energy (Caroline Kroes)6min
Summary of Week 3 (Lauren Verheijen)1min
3 leituras
Introduction to Society I1min
Hummingbird Challenge 3: Who made your clothes?45min
Recommended readings and learning materials1min
1 exercício prático
What do you know about SDGs 1, 2, 3, and 7?10min
Semana
4
2 horas para concluir

Week 4: Society II

9 vídeos (Total 37 mín.), 4 leituras, 2 testes
9 videos
SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities (Dr Tobias Brandt)5min
Interconnectedness of SDGs 4, 5, 10 (Lauren Verheijen)1min
How business can contribute to education and equality (Assistant Professor Samer Abdelnour and Theodor Cătăniciu, Restart Network)8min
Introducing goal setting at RSM (Lauren Verheijen)1min
Reducing inequality through goal setting (Professor Michaéla Schippers)4min
Goal setting to keep students at university and reduce inequality (Professor Steef van de Velde)4min
Tackling gender inequality (Professor Dianne Bevelander)7min
Summary of Week 4 (Lauren Verheijen)52s
4 leituras
Introduction to Society II1min
Your I WILL statement20min
Hummingbird challenge 4: Implicit associations30min
Recommended readings and learning materials1min
2 exercícios práticos
Case study: Sustainable transportation by bike sharing30min
What do you know about SDGs 4, 5, 10, and 11?10min
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por ELOct 10th 2019

Great course, very interactive, informative and inspirational. Very well structured with a wealth of additional information available. Thoroughly enjoyed myself doing this course!

por AKSep 24th 2019

The MOOC was very information and brought a new understand of the Goals of SDGs. Also it has opened my mind towards SDGs and business world connection in the benefit of both.

Instrutores

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Eva Rood

Director, Positive Change Initiative
Rotterdam School of Management
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Steve Kennedy

Associate Professor
Rotterdam School of Management
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Rob van Tulder

Prof. dr.
Department of Business-Society Management, Rotterdam School of Management
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Dirk Schoenmaker

Professor
Rotterdam School of Management
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Mallory Flowers

Academic researcher
Rotterdam School of Management
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Frank Wijen

Associate Professor
Rotterdam School of Management
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Heleen Tiemersma

PhD Candidate and Research Associate
Erasmus School of Law
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Marta Szymanowska

Associate Professor
Rotterdam School of Management
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Erik van Raaij

Professor
Rotterdam School of Management
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Yashar Ghiassi-Farrokhfal

Assistant Professor
Rotterdam School of Management
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Tobias Brandt

Assistant Professor
Rotterdam School of Management
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Michaéla Schippers

Rotterdam School of Management
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Steef van de Velde

Rotterdam School of Management
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René de Koster

Professor
Rotterdam School of Management
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Ying Zhang

Associate Professor
Rotterdam School of Management
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Ferdinand Jaspers

Adjunct Professor
Rotterdam School of Management
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Anne-Kathrin Klesse

Assistant Professor
Rotterdam School of Management
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Marieke de Wal

Lead researcher and managing director
Rotterdam School of Management
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Gabriele Jacobs

Professor
Rotterdam School of Management
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Amanda Williams

Senior Researcher
Rotterdam School of Management
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Cees van Dam

Professor
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Dianne Bevelander

Professor
Rotterdam School of Management

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