MGMT 6600 3.00
|Title||SOCIAL INNOVATION AND THE STRUCTURE OF GLOBAL POVERTY|
|Department||MANAGEMENT - ROOM SSB N305, 416-736-2100 X 77960 fax 416-736-5687|
This course teaches students to perceive opportunities for social innovation based on a profound understanding of the global systems that create poverty. It examines many different industries and countries, with poverty and poverty alleviation as the unifying themes. Students develop concrete proposals for social innovation, building leadership and value creation skills.
Pre-requisites: All 5000-series Required Foundations of Management Core Courses. Course credit exclusion: MGMT 6500 3.00 (either MGMT 6500 3.00 or MGMT 6600 3.00, but not both, may be taken for credit)