Business Education

Driving forward a successful movement will require current and future business leaders to think differently as well as have the technical knowledge to go beyond business as usual and pioneer the Economics of Mutuality for themselves. This means that there must be a strategic emphasis on developing education initiatives across executive education, MBA curricula and open access courses.

 
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Executive Education

With Saïd Business School's top rated Executive Education Team, we have co-designed an innovative 5 day course for senior business leaders. This is a learning platform to explore and think together and to co-create innovative business initiatives with input from leading academics and practitioners that will equip you to launch the Economics of Mutuality in your own business.

The course is designed for those who:

  • Relish the opportunity to think creatively about their business model among peers, practitioners and world class academics;
  • Can work pragmatically on their own strategic business issues to bring them to life;
  • Possess the agility to adapt to new tools and challenging perspectives;
  • Have the courage to take a serious leadership step into pioneering an innovative management model; and
  • Are open to unlearning some of the old habits and business practices that will not serve the future.
 


Teaching Master's Modules

Since 2015, the Economics of Mutuality has been taught as part of an elective module within prestigious Master's programmes. 

For example, with the Sciences Po School of Innovation and Management, we taught 6 classes of two hours as part of their 'Grand Challenges' elective, mixing short lectures with interactive workshop-style learning. 

Content includes:

  • Nature of the Corporation
  • The Purpose of Business in the 21st Century 
  • Measuring and Managing Non-financial Capitals 
  • Systems-thinking and Ecosystem Orchestration
  • Teaching Case Studies
  • Mutuality and the Company P&L

At Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, the Economics of Mutuality has been taught as part of the integrated module on Responsible Business. This includes the Responsible Business Forum and guest lectures.

 


Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)

With the aim of making our research as widely available and accessible as possible, we are currently exploring the development of a MOOC to cover the core teaching content of the Economics of Mutuality.

Check back for more information on this exciting development.