ENV 807a/MGT 688 (In Person) / 2020-2021

Corporate Sustainability Strategy and Management

Credits: 3
Teaching Mode: In Person
Fall 2020: M,W, 8:15-9:30, Burke Aud

This survey course focuses on the policy and business logic for making environmental issues and sustainability a core focus of corporate strategy and management. Students will be asked to analyze when and how sustainability leadership can translate into competitive advantage by helping to cut costs, reduce risk, drive growth, and promote brand identity and intangible value. The course combines lectures, case studies, and class discussions on management theory and tools, the legal and regulatory frameworks that shape the business-environment interface, and the evolving role of business in society, including how to deal with a world of diverse stakeholders, increasing transparency, and rising expectations related to corporate environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance. Self-scheduled examination.

Enrollment limited to forty, from all Yale schools; eight seats are reserved for Law students.

limited to 40 students