Strategies for Social Impact: A Harvard Business School Case and Simulations Approach


INSTRUCTOR: Hortensia Sampedro


SCHEDULE: Wednesday, 2:00 PM – 4:45 PM (Online)

Course Description

Social problems are approaching critical levels not seen in the history of humanity. In order to address thee problems in a timely fashion, it requires the collaborative response of government, corporations, non profits, and NGOs. This collaboration needs to be coordinated from the community level to the global level, which requires different social, technological, and capital resources. The purpose of this course is to explore the complexities of the problems and social impacts, specifically in terms of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG). This course prepares the student to live in the 21st century and gives them the mental framework and skills that will be applicable regardless of the career path chosen by the student.