The Circular Economy
Consider both risks and opportunities in transitioning to a circular economy and what it means for your business.
NASBA Field of Study
Business Management and Organization
Rethinking the linear model
Mindset and relationships
Learn how the depletion of finite resources is prompting business to reconsider their business models. Explore different types of circular business models to see if any fit your business, and be open to the need to approach this with an emphasis on systems and design thinking.
Understand the need to rethink relationships with markets in which your business operates, how you interact with customers, and your impact on the natural world.
Technical and biological cycles
Explore the technical and biological cycles of the circular economy and discover some of the key drivers and technological developments driving the circular economy toward mainstream business.
This course provides 1.5 hours of CPE credit in the Business, Management and Organization field of study.
- CFOs, controllers, and VPs of finance
- Risk management professionals
- CPA business advisors
- Principles and drivers
- Supporting technologies
- Benefits and risks
- Adoption rate factors
- Types of business model
- Integrated life-cycle thinking
- Recognize the key characteristics of the circular economy.
- Identify the impact that transitioning to the circular economy could have on business.
- Recall important topics and conversations to be discussed regarding the potential transition to a circular economy for your business.
Group ordering for your team
2 to 5 registrants
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