Environmental Organization Development and Management -
An introduction to developing and managing environmental organizations, including managing change within and beyond organizations to maximize the effectiveness of environmental solutions. Course discusses competitively advantageous strategies and practices organizations adopt to write successful grants, grow revenues, cut costs, and redesign projects and processes. Management examples will include sustainable innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship in private, government, and nonprofit sectors from around the world. Students learn leadership skills that foster a culture of innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship within an organization, utilizing principles from a variety of thinking methods including systems, design, and group thinking. Prerequisites: ENVS 605; ENVS 608; ENVS 611; ENVS 612.