Program Calendar (2017/18)
MGMT-410 - Managing Sustainable Operations
|MGMT-410||Managing Sustainable Operations||3 - credits||$698.64|
This course develops students’ ability to strategically implement sustainable business practices within the value chain of a business and to strategically implement more sustainable business practices. Building on the theory and metrics of sustainability, this course examines how implementation works at the level of operations management. Students review existing practices and consider new challenges that operations managers face when integrating sustainability within their organizations and traditional ways of doing business. Case studies help students analyze how businesses face challenges to be more accountable for the environment and resource consequences of their products, services, and processes; and to integrate environmental, safety, and health concerns with leaner, greener operations, green-product design, and closed-loop supply chains. Case studies also help us explore how new tools of operations management reporting are being applied. An overarching theme in this course is developing leadership to guide change initiatives and future challenges in sustainable operations management.
Prerequisites: MGMT 310 with a minimum grade of C (60%)
Progression: Students require a minimum grade of C (60%) for credit towards the BBA degree, or Post-Degree diploma.
Delivery Method: On-Campus Online Blended
Credits: 3 | Length: 45 hours | Course Outline for MGMT-410
MGMT-410 Managing Sustainable Operations can be found in the following programs:
- Sustainable Business Practices - Post-Degree Certificate
- Sustainable Business Practices - Post-Degree Diploma