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Innovation for sustainable development goals- Model Companies from Taiwan
Institute
Feng Chia University
Category
Applied Science
Effort
2
Languages
English
Subtitles
English
Course Fee
Free
梁馨予
梁馨予
Feng Chia University
教授

專長
國際財務管理、金融機構管理

學歷
克里夫蘭州立大學    財務金融系    博士
克里夫蘭州立大學    企管系(主修財務金融)    碩士
靜宜大學    企管系    學士

校內經歷
國際經營與貿易學系教授
澳洲墨爾本皇家理工大學商學與創新雙學士學位學程主任
國際科技與管理學院(籌備)副院長
 

梁辰睿
梁辰睿
Feng Chia University
教授

專長
薄膜工程、功能陶瓷薄膜、表面處理、等離子電解氧化、腐蝕與防護、電化學

學歷
英國雪菲爾大學    材料科學與工程學系    博士
台灣大學    生物環境系統工程學系    學士

校內經歷
國際科技與管理學院教授
人工智慧技術與應用學士學位學程(籌備)主任

About this course

This course is expected to guide students to understand the 17 selective sustainable development problems that are hidden behind daily life and human beings' need to face. Take the experience of model cases as the object of study, and use innovative knowledge and tools to analyze the course and revolution of the coexistence of its commercial development and green sustainability. In terms of teaching strategies, we hope to guide students to: 1. Analyze the global issues from a macro perspective and statistical data. 2. Use the six aspects of PESTEL analysis to find opportunities for the coexistence of business operations and sustainable development. 3. Learn the definition and methods of innovation, and predict the difficulties and challenges that as an innovator may face in the process. 4. Taking the development history of a global model enterprise as a case, explore innovative processes, business models, and brand culture that conform to the concept of sustainability.

What you'll learn

1. Understand the sustainable development goals of the United Nations from different perspectives.
2. Integrate industry development trends with corporate social responsibility.
3. From the two aspects of theory and actual cases of Taiwanese companies, to understand the innovation process and innovation practice. 

Target Learners

Undergraduate students; Postgraduate students; Instructors

Course Features

1. Introduce global sustainable development. 

2. Case analysis of model enterprises.

3. Describe the definition, type, and process of innovation. 

Course Syllabus

Week01 Sustainable Development

Week02 Enterprise vs Sustainability

Week03 Complexity in Innovation – Between Dream and Reality

Week04 From Cradle to Cradle

Week05 After One, Come Two

Week06 The Making of a Culture

Grading

Test : 60%
Peer-review assignments: 40%

Conditions for obtaining course certificate/certificate:
 1. Completed all of the learning activities of each unit;
 2. The total score of study must above 60;
 3. Approached those conditions will be issued a course certificate/certificate.

Prerequisites

Definition of ESG, CSR, and SDGs

Certificate of Completion