MOOCs


MOOC RDurand

"Time to reorganize! Understand organizations, act, and build a meaningful world", led by Rodolphe Durand, professor of Strategy at HEC Paris

The MOOC entitled ‘Time to Reorganize’ is an integrative approach to understanding organizations (termed ‘orgology’) by Professor Rodolphe Durand. It explores how organizations can act strategically to protect or renew a sense of belonging in individuals; how in turn individuals—all of us—must reinterpret our multiple associations with organizations, and how that contributes to helping or hindering social evolution.

This MOOC is taught in English with French subtitles.


MOOC HEC-Ticket for change

"Devenir entrepreneur du changement"( Becoming an entrepreneur of change ), led by Frédéric Dalsace, Associate professor of Marketing at HEC Paris, Bénédicte Faivre-Tavignot, HEC Paris Affiliate professor and Florian Hoos, Assistant Professor in the Department of Accounting and Management Control at HEC Paris.

This MOOC is dedicated to social entrepreneurship, and developed by professors of the HEC Society and Organizations Center and HEC’s Social Business / Enterprise and Poverty Chair, in partnership with the ‘Ticket for Change’ project, of which HEC Paris is a platinum partner. The project aims to inspire and help aspiring entrepreneurs who want to make a difference in society.

The MOOC is based on individual and collective action learning for each participant, through three different stages: inspiration, introspection, and implementation.




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Call for papers

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Book Review: bolo'bolo: a utopian perspective

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