The focus of the course will be to highlight the nature and dynamics of these interactions among multiple players with different goals and concerns—corporations, communities, First Nations, interest groups, unions, governments—and the development of perspectives, tools, and strategies that today's leaders and managers can put to use on the ground and in the boardroom.
This course is developed under a collaborative agreement with the Learning Strategies Group, a division of Simon Fraser University Business. It is one of a series of courses on business administration applications in mining.
Understanding and managing the interactions along the interface between business, community, and government is becoming an increasingly critical component of managerial competency and organizational success.
Examples of the topics covered include:
This course is presented as 11 viewing sessions, each of 30 - 60 minutes viewing duration, plus three interactive reviews that confirm the viewer's achievement of learning objectives. The total duration of the course is approximately eight hours.
A basic understanding and experience of the requirements and objectives of different stakeholders in the context of mineral exploration and mining projects including corporations, communities, First Nations, interest groups, unions and governments.
Access: 90 Days
Duration: 8 Hours
Price: $404,10 USD with coupon code EITEDU10 (regular price is $449,00 USD)