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<br /> March 31–April 2, 2014<br /> July 7–9, 2014<br /> Cambridge<br /> Massachusetts, U.S.<br /> Please visit our website<br /> for the most current<br /> information.<br /> Strategies for Sustainable Business<br /> This program is in the Executive Certificate in Strategy and Innovation track<br /> Program Overview<br /> The issue of sustainability is one that affects all<br /> businesses and all people and is no longer a niche<br /> for ‘green’ businesses. MIT’s core approach views<br /> sustainability as a function of the interdependency<br /> and complex dynamics of economy, society, and<br /> environment as systems, where success overall is<br /> influenced by success across all areas and not upon a<br /> single factor.<br /> This innovative new program focuses not simply on<br /> solving existing problems, but rather takes a unique<br /> approach based on seizing new opportunities to<br /> develop strategies for greater long-term economic,<br /> social, and <a title="Strategies for Sustainable Business page 1" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/31a901a2?page=1"> March 31–April 2, 2014 July 7–9, 2014 Cambridge </a> <a title="Strategies for Sustainable Business page 2" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/31a901a2?page=2"> Strategies for Sustainable Business Sample Progra</a>