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This course is a part of CIRCULAR ECONOMY FOR SUSTAINABLE GROWTH 15 ECT COURSE, which is provided by 3uas (Metropolia, Laurea and Haaga-Helia).
PLEASE ENROLL TO THE COURSE HERE: www.3amk.fi during 29.11.-12.12.2021
New Business Models in Circular Economy -course is part of 3UAS Circular Economy Learning path: Circular economy for sustainable growth 15 ECTS.
Students need to register for the whole 15 CR Learning path. This course cannot be chosen as stand-alone.
The learning path consists of three modules:
• Study module 1: Towards a Sustainable Consumer Society (5 cr) (Metropolia)
• Study module 2: New Business Models in Circular Economy (5 cr) (Haaga-Helia)
• Study module 3: Service Design for Circular Economy (5 cr) (Laurea)
The modules are undertaken as an assignment to a real-life company and executed in mixed multidisciplinary teams.
17.01.2022 - 20.05.2022
29.11.2021 - 06.12.2021
ORIENTATION PHASE 17.1.-21.2.2022
17.1.2022 at 13-16 Joint Orientation kick-off online
- objectives, teaming, ways of working etc.
- start of the “Introduction to Circular Economy key concepts & theories”-part
24.1.2022 at 13-16 Introduction to Circular Economy key concepts & theories
31.1.2022 at 13-16 Introduction to Circular Economy key concepts & theories
– Guidance continues
7.2.2022 at 13-16 Circular business Models and Business Model Canvas
14.2.2022 at 13-16 Introduction to Service Design
PROJECT PHASE 28.2.-16.5.2022
Project work in teams between the contact sessions
28.2.2022 at 13-16 Joint project kick-off
- design challenge introduction by Uhana Design
7.3.2022 at 13-16 Service Design tools & methods, Discover-phase start (Research)
- Desk research
- Field research incl. interviews & observations
- Data analysis
14.3.2022 at 13-16 Life Cycle Analysis (LCA)
21.3.2022 at 13-16 Circular BMC, Ecosystem Partner Identification
- Guidance to Life Cycle Analysis-work
28.3.2022 at 13-16 Service Design tools & methods
- Define-phase start: Personas, Customer Journey Maps, Service Blueprints
- Guidance to Life Cycle Analysis -work
4.4.2022 at 13-16 LCA task wrap-up & presentations
11.4.2022 at 13-16 Service Design tools & methods
- Develop-phase start: Ideation workshop, Concepting, Prototyping
9.5.2022 at 13-16 Service Design tools & methods,
- Deliver-phase start: Pitch rehearsals, Prototype / testing result introductions
- Pitching preparations
16.5.2022 at 13-16 Final seminar: pitching
- Circular Service Concept presentations
5 - 5
Course evaluation H-5
Knowledge: The student can identify, list and combine the main issues related to circular economy.
Skills: The student can, when part of a team, contribute to tackling and developing circular economy solutions in an organisation. The student can conduct research to identify the elements of circular economy.
Competence: The student can only with difficulty apply problem identification, analysis and solving to circular economy. The student does not demonstrate aptitude or interest in developing circular economy solutions.
Knowledge: The student can describe the main issues related to circular economy and apply them to new contexts. The student can link the key theoretical concepts to the practical tasks. The student has an understanding of how circular economy contributes to organisational success.
Skills: The student can identify and create circular economy elements and business models in an organisation and implement them with some support.
Competence: The student shows moderate independence in his/her work. The student can apply problem identification, analysis and solving to circular economy to a certain extent. The student demonstrates some aptitude and interest in developing circular economy solutions.
Knowledge: The student can use and combine different theories to present his/her own suggestions and models. The student is aware of conflicting views on the topic. The student uses theory and specific terminology accurately.
The student has a clear understanding and appreciation of how circular economy contributes to organisational success.
Skills: The student can identify, create, implement and develop circular economy solutions and business models in an organisation independently or with only occasional support.
Competence: The student shows a great degree of independence in his/her work. The student can skillfully apply problem identification, analysis and solving to circular economy issues and projects to an extent. The student demonstrates great aptitude and interest in developing circular economy solutions.
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