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Best Free MOOCs In Business In January

Unleashing the Impact of Your Social Enterprise

School: Copenhagen Business School

Platform:  Coursera

Registration Link: REGISTER HERE

Start Date: January 1, 2018

Workload: Not Specified.

Instructor: Kai Hokerts

Credentials: A faculty member since 2005, Hockerts focuses his research on sustainability and environmental entrepreneurship. His work has been published in the Journal of Business Ethics and the International Review of Entrepreneurship among other outlets.

Graded: To earn a passing mark, students must complete all graded assignments.

Description: In business, you measure your performance through a profit-and-loss statement. How do you measure when your mission involves serving a community? Is success based on the attainment of certain benchmarks? What about the impact on intangibles like confidence and level of engagement? In this course, learners will develop a top-to-bottom business plan that enables them to assess the return on their investment in their mission. As part of writing this business plan, students will also develop a value proposition along with a methodology for scaling their operation and a strategy for financing it.

Review: No reviews.

Additional Notes: This is the third of three courses in the school’s “Social Entrepreneurship” specialization. To learn more about this specialization and register for it, click here.

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