Transition Management towards a Sustainable Future
Course fee excluding VAT: AED 7,500
Change is the only constant in our world!
Learn how to make your organization Future-ready in all scenarios!
Change is the only constant in our world! For any organization, success is measured by how it acts and navigates in any environment when facing any sort of challenges.
Acquiring the skills of adapting current strengths and capabilities to effectively transition through tides is what you learn at “Transition management towards a Sustainable Future”
What you will benefit from the course:
- Recognize change dynamics in your own sector
- Recognize opportunities for transformative change
- Acquire necessary skills to lead the transition through the progressive stages of change within your own organization
Suitable for: people from mid to upper level management positions who are involved in strategy and policy design
Dr. Derk Loorbach
Derk is the Director of DRIFT and Professor of Socio-economic Transitions at the Faculty of Social Science, both at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Derk is one of the founders of the transition management approach as new form of governance for sustainable development. He has over one hundred publications in this area and has been involved as an action researcher in numerous transition processes with government, business, civil society and science. He is a frequently invited keynote speaker in and outside Europe. Derk will be the main teacher for this course, but will be supported by a second expert facilitator from DRIFT.
DRIFT is a world-renowned research institute in the field of sustainability transitions. We develop and share transformative knowledge to support people, cities, sectors and organizations to actively engage in societal change.
As an integral part of DRIFT, the Transition Academy provides a deeper understanding of sustainability transitions and how they are and can be influenced. It is our mission to increase the potential of change makers, civil society and organizations to contribute to more just, sustainable and resilient societies.