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The Business School at the University of Colorado Denver wants to help you become a change agent for sustainable business. We hope that with the skills and concepts you gain from this specialization that you will help your business reduce its social and environmental impact. Being a change agent is hard. It takes courage and passion and knowledge. To implement change also requires being able to make the case for that change in terms that people in your company or organization respond to and understand. After completing the specialization, you will be able to: * Discuss the threats and opportunities that major global trends such as climate change present to businesses; * Identify ways a company can improve its environmental and social performance; * Evaluate and compare companies’ sustainability activities and products; * Develop a business case for implementing sustainability investments; * Identify key criteria of green businesses and product design; * Be a change agent in your organization; * Understand emerging topics in sustainable business, including those in the public policy space. We're very excited about offering this MOOC specialization and hope it gives you the first step toward learning about and taking action to make the places you work and the products you buy more sustainable. Sustainable business changes daily with new products, innovations and ideas, so you will be important in keeping the class current. We look forward to learning from you as you take this green journey! ______...




Interesting course, easy to follow with appropriate hands-on exercises (including some good tools for financial analysis). Thank you! Definitely enrolling for the whole specialisation!



Enjoyed the course insights and assignments in this course although Finance is not one of my best subjects, I hope there is as much interest and challenge in the second course


First Steps in Making the Business Case for Sustainability: 51 - 60 / 60 レビュー

by Luisa R


I have learned useful sustainable bases that I can apply in my daily work activities. Thank you

by Deleted A


Pretty good basic class. There are some issues with the quizzes but it is a good class still.

by Kaiquan M


interesting examples. videos can be alittle too long at times

by Saleh M A


Peer Review system should be omitted.

by James


Errors in assignments.

by Grisel A R Y



by Jesse-Ann D


Material is interesting and relevant. Well explained. John is engaging and clear as an instructor. I wish there was a way to ask questions. The discussion board doesn't get much discussion - mostly comments that go there to die hehe. The transcript of the text is so full of mistakes. Sometimes completely different than what is being spoken. The tests are generally quite easy. The assignments are very relevant and practical which is great. However, the details on the instructions page and the submission page sometimes differ or are somewhat unclear. The peer-review is fairly straightforward, however there is no support is the peer who has corrected your assignment misreads your answers and fails you. You have to resubmit and wait, sometimes weeks for someone to finally review your work. Some questions only require you to complete portion (A) or portion (B), for example. However, when comes the time to correct someones work, you have to give points to both sections, which leaves it up to the corrector to give "free" points or take away points. This, in turn, can affect the student's final grade. Overall this is a good course that I would recommend. Only a few technical glitch that would require fixing for more stars.

by Lisa F


The course content was okay. I would recommend looking at the rubric after you submit and modifying as needed, there are some that are incorrect/you might fail if you aren't careful to match the rubric. One had the wrong numbers (some were randomly rounded up while others weren't and some were wrong all together). In the last assignment it said to do A or B but the rubric marks both seperately and you need both sets of marks to pass.

by Bjarne R


Sloppy setup of the quizzes and assignments.