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Webinar: Making Sense of the EU Sustainability Directives Jungle

Join us for an enlightening webinar as we dive into the sustainability directives with Prof. Andreas Rasche.

CSRD, CSDDD, ESRS… Do you have your sustainability acronyms in order? In line with the EU Green Deal, the new EU sustainability regulation is a promising step towards levelling the sustainability playing field. But the list of acronyms can seem like a jungle. Join this fireside chat with leading sustainability scholar Prof. Andreas Rasche to hear the latest updates from the sustainability directives and get the best navigation tips

The participants at the event will get:

  • Clarity on the current of status of EU sustainability directives
  • Insight into the most important and debated issues
  • Information about the Master in Sustainable Leadership.

For this webinar, we have invited Andreas Rasche ,Professor of Business in Society, Associate Dean Full-Time MBA, CBS alongside Salla Laasonen, Associate Professor, DTU Management, Academic Director, Master in Sustainable Leadership, DTU Learn for Life.

Here are the details:

Date and time: 21 May from 16:00-16:45
Place: Online, via Zoom

The programme for the webinar is as follows:

16:00-16:10 Intro to the Master in Sustainable Leadership by Salla Laasonen
16:10-16:35 Fireside chat with Salla Laasonen & Andreas Rasche
16:35-16:45 Q&A audience

Kindly note that there is no cost associated with attending this event.

You’re more than welcome to spread the word and invite your peers.

We hope to see you there!

Who is the Master in Sustainable Leadership programme for?

DTU Master in Sustainable Leadership is master programme for senior specialists, project managers and business leaders who wish to continue their lifelong learning journey and enhance their skills in leadership and how to lead sustainable change.

Innovation is essential for growth. Without constant renewal of products, services, processes and business concepts, companies stand to lose market share. That is why the DTU executive MBA focuses on innovation, new business creation and leadership of current and future technologies.

Every assignment in the programme is focused not only on expanding your knowledge but also on impacting your business challenges. In other words, your Executive MBA can be implemented in your daily work life from day one.

The admission requirements are five years of work experience with three years of experience as knowledge-leader, project-leader and/or people-leader.

Visit the Master in Sustainable Leadership programme page for more information.











Start 21 May 2024