Reconcile profit, values, sustainability and creativity.
Pursuing profit to the detriment of the community and the environment is unacceptable. The future belongs to companies and public institutions that leverage their creativity for the benefit of collective value creation. Companies need to be profitable, equitable and socially involved.
In this course, participants will consider the potential of emerging business models (platform economies, shared value, circular economy, etc.) and rethink their business model and mission. Through hands-on exercises, participants will develop the agility and creativity needed to invite innovation into the heart of their business or organization.
This course was developed by Factry in collaboration with Credo and Atelier.
Made possible by:
*Additional sessions are available for groups of 20 people or more. Interested? Contact us!
Designated as a recognized educational institute by the Ministry of Revenue of Quebec.
1 650 $
1111, Saint-Antoine Street West, Montréal (QC) H3C 1B3
Who is this for?
This course is intended for entrepreneurs, managers, executives, leaders and consultants looking to take a leadership role in their sector of activity and rethink their business model and the social impact of their company or organization.
Why should I apply?
In this course, participants will learn to:
- Understand and experiment with new business models.
- Develop novel ways of creating value for their organization.
- Get a new perspective on the potential social impact of their organization.
- Transform these opportunities into action.
- Acquire concrete tools to start thinking about and implementing an organizational transformation.
- Optimize their business model using the CAPSULE tool created by Atelier.
To get the full experience, you will be assisted by a workshop master, coaches and special guests who cleverly mix disciplines and expertise.
Christian BélairPresident, Credo.
Content creator, Factry
Adil MansouriLead design interaction and experience, Talsom
Diane BérardJournalist, Les Affaires
Lyndsay DaudierManaging director
Joëlle CharpentierOrganizational Development Coach
and President, Charpentier DO
Marjolaine LachanceSenior manager, Community Investment and Communications, Bell Canada