Sustainable Mba

The whole world seems to be crazy about the MBA degree and its lucrative benefits. Institutes and universities have emerged all over the worlds that promise to offer all the necessary knowledge and skills that make up for a successful MBA. They say ‘you don’t just do an MBA, you become an MBA’. This is a statement that broaches esteem and wealth in our minds.

Globalization has impacted all arenas of life, so why education should be left? The education sector across the globe has been immensely influenced by globalization and the changing needs of international job markets. Keeping up with the evolving trends of the world, MBA courses have been tailored and are being constantly modified to foster astute business leaders who can make resilient decisions keeping in tune with the rest of the world.

The courses are offered in various formats and incorporate every new fashion that may have a direct effect on businesses. Though they differ in the mode of delivery and the style of mentoring, the basics of an MBA course include the following-

-Business communication

Symbiosis Institute of Business Management is currently rated as one of the top 5 B-schools in India. It was established in 1978 in Pune.

Programs offered in management by Symbiosis are

A full time postgraduate MBA course
Executive MBA
Part time MBA course
Distance MBA

Postal MBA is recognised by Distance Education Council (DEC). Admission to distance learning courses takes place in April. The duration of MBA regular course is 2 years. Many people would not have heard the term “Sustainable MBA”. It is slightly different from the traditional courses. The normal MBA courses would contain courses like finance, human resource and some economic ethics. However, the sustainable MBA would contain subjects like the social and economic sustainability. Since they are including subjects related to the environmental concern they are sometimes called as Green MBA.

Concepts:

The sustainability MBA programs have some basic foundation that comprises of

1. Social sustainability

2. Economic sustainability

3. Environmental sustainability

These three sustainability is otherwise called as the “the triple bottom line”. Let us now know what each term means.

The social sustainability deals with the overpopulation and the impacts of it. They also learn about how to eliminate poverty with the current resources.

The economic sustainability contains courses such as how to use the resources such as oil in an economic way. Since oil is in a very scarce amount they have a great challenge in replacing the oil with the natural resources.

The environmental sustainability has great concern about the global warming and the harm that it causes to the people. They will also analyse about the habitat conditions.

With these concepts included in the subjects, the students will get deeper knowledge about the environmental and social problems and thus help in solving the problem to a greater extent.

The most important problem that has to be dealt seriously is the effects of global warming. It has many harmful effects and hence students should take great care and concern in solving the problems.

There are many universities that have sustainable MBA. Some of them are

BSL – Business School Lausanne

National Institute of Industrial Engineering, Mumbai, India

1. University of Michigan

2. Anaheim University

3. Bainbridge Graduate Institute

4. Green Mountain College

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