Institute of Rural Management Anand is an autonomous institution and premier business school located in Anand Gujarat, India with the mandate of contributing to the professional management of rural organisations.
Are we using the world resources, or using it up? Can the current development continue? What are the unsustainable risks?
Sustainable development is put forward as an answer to above questions, but the notion of sustainable development is not free from controversies – Sustainable development: what development and whose sustainability? Whether the people who sacrifice in the process of sustainability are the beneficiaries of sustainable development? Also the other important question remains – How can one assess sustainability of any society, development organization, or business enterprise?
This programme covers principles of sustainable development; Evolution, perspectives, and challenges of sustainable development, Economic-environment-society interdependence, Unsustainability risks and their impact on economy, and society, and environment; Sustainable development frameworks; frameworks for measuring sustainability, SDGs, targets, and indicators; Sustainable development metrics, Case studies from different sectors, Strategies for transitioning to a sustainable world – at individual, organizational, and societal level
- To learn the concept and application of sustainability
- To understand strategies that incorporate principles of sustainability aimed at socially responsible development without being inimical to environment
- To assess sustainability assessment methods to identify un-sustainability risks and trends
- To expose students different sources of data to measure sustainability and provide hands-on experience of using these datasets
The programme provides the tools and techniques to assess sustainability of any system – large or small. It will enable the participants to identify sustainability traits and unsustainability risks. The programme also trains participants on the sustainable development goals (SDGs) and how to map SDGs to the organizational or business goals. Moreover, it exposes the participants the frameworks and methods to monitor the progress of the enterprise towards these goals. Lastly, all the participants are awarded with certificate from IRMA at the end of the programme.
Who Should Attend:
Development and management practitioners and researchers interested in development and management from all walks of life: Cooperatives, NGOs, Government organizations, Academic institutions; From different levels: Executives at senior, middle, supervisory, and practitioners’ levels
May 15, 2022
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