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Lehrplan - Was Sie in diesem Kurs lernen werden

Woche
1
6 Stunden zum Abschließen

Vision Formulation

We are in phase 1 of the sustainable business model innovation process. Week 1 introduces you to the problem of landscape degradation and the process of landscape restoration. You will also learn about the role of business models in landscape restoration and how important visions are for sustainable business model innovation. We will introduce you to our 3 practical example cases of landscape restoration. Each of these cases has encountered different problems related to landscape degradation and formulated innovative solutions by using the approach set out in this MOOC: the power of sustainable business models to successfully restore natural environments....
13 Videos (Gesamt 75 min), 9 Lektüren, 2 Quiz
13 Videos
Getting started3m
Land degradation as a grand societal challenge6m
Land restoration partnerships6m
Sustainable business model innovation for landscape restoration6m
Discovering your means2m
Formulating a shared vision2m
Introduction to the Hekluskógar restoration project in Iceland5m
Introduction to crop diversification and low input farming in southeastern Spain6m
Introduction to forest fires and project CAuSA in Portgual8m
Landscape restoration partnerships - Interviews with landscape restoration partners6m
Vision formulation – Interviews with landscape restoration partners14m
Unlock a joke12
9 Lektüren
Little guide to group forming10m
Instruction for assignment submission10m
Workbook: Introduction and vision formulation10m
UNCCD Report - Global land outlook10m
UNCCD Report - Land degradation neutrality10m
Van Tulder (RSM) - A framework for effective corporate involvement10m
Helpful links10m
About this week's resource videos10m
Short explanation of weekly exercises10m
Woche
2
4 Stunden zum Abschließen

Systems Analysis

Week 2 is all about systems thinking. In our practical example cases you will see how diversified crop systems can help in Spain, and how birch woodlands can improve the resilience of the system. You will learn how to conduct a systems analysis for your chosen landscape degradation challenge. ...
6 Videos (Gesamt 23 min), 6 Lektüren, 2 Quiz
6 Videos
IN THEORY - What is a system analysis?3m
IN THEORY - Social-ecological system analysis: Identifying factors and understanding relationships3m
IN THEORY - Central narrative and interventions1m
IN PRACTICE - Systems analysis in Iceland6m
IN PRACTICE - Systems analysis in Spain3m
6 Lektüren
Systems analysis10m
UNCCD Report - Sustainable land management for climate and people10m
UNCCD Report - Sustainable land management contribution to successful land-based climate change adapation and mitigation10m
Helpful links10m
About this week's resource videos10m
Unlock a recipe: Traditional Icelandic flatbread10m
Woche
3
3 Stunden zum Abschließen

Stakeholder Analysis

In this week you will learn what stakeholders are and why they are important. At the end of week 3 you can then conduct your own stakeholder analysis of your chosen landscape degradation challenge....
5 Videos (Gesamt 19 min), 4 Lektüren, 2 Quiz
5 Videos
IN PRACTICE - Stakeholder analysis in Iceland5m
IN PRACTICE- Stakeholder analysis in Portugal1m
Stakeholder analysis - Interview about the Scale project7m
Joke (unlock a joke)12
4 Lektüren
Workbook: 'Stakeholder Analysis'10m
EcoAgriculture Partners and IDH Report - Public private civic partnerships for sustainable landscapes10m
Helpful links10m
About this week's resource videos10m
Woche
4
3 Stunden zum Abschließen

Co-Creation and Opportunity Analysis

In week 4 we enter the second phase of the sustainable business model innovation process - designing. In this phase we move from forming an understanding of the problem and what means we have available, to generating ideas for new business model solutions. In week 4, the focus is on co-innovation networks and captured and destroyed value. ...
7 Videos (Gesamt 30 min), 5 Lektüren, 2 Quiz
7 Videos
IN THEORY - Opportunity analysis3m
IN PRACTICE - Co-creation in Iceland4m
IN PRACTICE - Co-creation in Spain4m
Opportunity analysis – Interviews with landscape restoration partners7m
Opportunity analysis - Interview with Thekla Teunis and Liz Metcalfe from Grounded6m
Unlock a joke8
5 Lektüren
Workbook: 'Co-creation and opportunity analysis'10m
GPFLR Report - Restoring forests and landscapes10m
Ipbes Report - Thematic assessment of land degradation and restoration10m
Helpful links10m
About this week's resource videos10m
Woche
5
3 Stunden zum Abschließen

Business Model Design

In week 5 you will learn about business models and the triple-layered business model canvas. You will also see the triple-layered business model canvas applied to all of our three cases. You reach the point now where you will select a business idea and complete your own triple layered business model canvas. ...
8 Videos (Gesamt 36 min), 4 Lektüren, 2 Quiz
8 Videos
IN THEORY - Triple layered business model canvas7m
IN PRACTICE - Business model design in Iceland3m
IN PRACTICE - Business model design in Spain2m
IN PRACTICE - Business model design in Portugal2m
Business model design - Interviews with landscape restoration partners12m
Business model design - Interview with Thekla Teunis and Liz Metcalfe from Grounded3m
Unlock a recipe: Spanish recipe31
4 Lektüren
Workbook: 'Business model design'10m
WBCSD Report - The business case for investing in soil health10m
Helpful links10m
About this week's resource videos10m
Woche
6
3 Stunden zum Abschließen

Solution Validation

Week 6 is about assumptions and methods and how to validate them. You will see what methods the practical example cases in Spain and Portugal used. This week then allows you to start testing your own business idea on a small scale....
10 Videos (Gesamt 51 min), 4 Lektüren, 2 Quiz
10 Videos
IN THEORY - Systems and stakeholders3m
IN THEORY - Prototyping and testing3m
IN PRACTICE - Solution validation in Portugal59
IN PRACTICE - Solution validation in Spain3m
Solution validation - Interview about the Scale project8m
Solution validation - Interview with Thekla Teunis and Liz Metcalfe from Grounded11m
Solution validation with stakeholders - Interviews with landscape restoration partners4m
Testing - Interviews with landscape restoration partners8m
Unlock a joke9
4 Lektüren
Workbook: 'Solution validation'10m
The qualitative interview10m
Helpful links10m
About this week's resource videos10m
Woche
7
3 Stunden zum Abschließen

Assessment and Monitoring

In week 7 we enter the third phase of the sustainable business model innovation process - implementing. You will learn about assessment and monitoring tools such as financial analysis, 4 Return Model, key performance indicators and scenario analysis. The cases in Portugal and Iceland serve as examples of how these can be implemented. ...
11 Videos (Gesamt 66 min), 5 Lektüren, 2 Quiz
11 Videos
FINANCE Q&A - Intro1m
FINANCE Q&A - Mark Gough3m
FINANCE Q&A - Dr. Rudolf de Groot7m
FINANCE Q&A - Prof. Dirk Schoenmaker11m
FINANCEQ&A - Willem Ferwerda10m
FINANCE Q&A - Paul Chatterton8m
IN PRACTICE - Assessment and monitoring in Portugal1m
IN PRACTICE - Assessment and monitoring in Iceland4m
Introduction to the Natural Capital Coalition NCC5m
Unlock a joke19
5 Lektüren
Workbook: 'Reflection and iteration'10m
Ferwerda (Commonland) - 4 returns, 3 zones, 20 years10m
Schoenmaker (RSM) - From Risk to Opportunity a Framework for Sustainable Finance10m
Helpful links10m
About this week's resource video10m
Woche
8
4 Stunden zum Abschließen

Reflection and Iteration

This last week allows you to reflect upon the previous weeks that you followed during this MOOC: What did you learn and what actions will you take next? You can also connect to a community of practitioners in the Business 4 Landscapes LinkedIn group: share your ideas and keep learning with others!...
7 Videos (Gesamt 37 min), 5 Lektüren, 1 Quiz
7 Videos
Keep momentum - Join the community3m
The end of the beginning2m
Zooming out8m
Reflections of landscape restoration partners3m
Reflections - Interview with Thekla Teunis and Liz Metcalfe from Grounded11m
Unlock a joke8
5 Lektüren
Workbook: 'Reflection and iteration'10m
WRI Report - Roots of prosperity10m
Helpful links10m
About this week's resource video10m
Full workbook10m

Dozenten

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Steve Kennedy

Associate Professor
Rotterdam School of Management
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Simon W. Moolenaar

Dr. ir.
Commonland Foundation, Science & Education
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Berglind Orradóttir

Deputy Director, United Nations University Land Restoration Programme (UNU-LRT)
United Nations University Land Restoration Programme (UNU-LRT)
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Joris De Vente

Senior researcher Spanish National Research Council (CEBAS-CSIC)
Soil and water conservation research group
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Isabel C Barrio

Associate Professor, Agricultural University of Iceland and United Nations University Land Restoration Training Programme
United Nations University Land Restoration Training Programme & Faculty of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, Agricultural University of Iceland
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Thorunn Petursdottir

Head of Dep. of Relations and Strategies, Soil Conservation Service of Iceland and United Nations University Land Restoration Training Programme
United Nations University Land Restoration Training Programme & Department of Research and Development, Soil Conservation Service in Iceland
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Rob van Tulder

Prof. dr.
Department of Business-Society Management, Rotterdam School of Management

Über Erasmus University Rotterdam

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