The ability to make sustainable decisions is a valuable skill of a global business leader. Managers and entrepreneurs around the world are now called upon to rethink business models in order to make them not only profitable, but also environmentally and socially sustainable.

The objective of this course is to introduce participants to the topic of corporate sustainability. Throughout the day, participants will understand how companies can go about defining more sustainable strategies and business models, with the ultimate goal of developing a competitive advantage and improving financial performance.

In addition, the course also aims to provide through the analysis of international best practices a set of tools and models useful for planning sustainability strategies at the corporate and supply chain level.


Paolo Taticchi is vice dean and full professor of business strategy and sustainability at the School of Management at University College London, the fifth largest university in the world. He is the author of numerous scientific articles and books. His academic work has led him to teach and develop projects in more than 20 countries, do trainings for Fortune Global 500 companies and be keynote speaker at major corporate and governmental summits. Today, Paul is a consultant to major organizations in the UK, US, Canada, Italy and India and a scientific advisor to the Ministry of Environment and Energy Security. In 2018, Paul was mentioned by Poets&Quants and Forbes in the list of the world’s top 40 business professors under 40. In 2019, he received the honor of Knight Order of Merit of the Italian Republic. In 2021-23, Il Sole 24 Ore mentioned him as the most influential Italian under 40 in the world.

Target audience

Women entrepreneurs, business owners, managers, and professionals who wish to enhance their skills through comprehensive and authoritative insights into cutting-edge management issues.