Rewiring the Way that Business and the Economy Work for a Sustainable Future

Course summary

Rewiring the Way that Business and the Economy Work for a Sustainable Future


How can we ensure that the way we do business and run our economies is fit for purpose as we address the complex challenges of the 21st century?

We will look at innovation including conscious business, the circular economy and shifting from ego-system to eco-system economies.

No economics background required.   

Programme details

9.45am      Registration

10.00am    Complex problems of the 21st century and re-inventing economic systems:  focus on the circular economy

11.15am    Coffee / Tea

11.35am    Re-inventing business: What creates value? Facilitating the shift from for profit to for purpose

1.00pm    Lunch

2.00pm    Reinventing financial systems and the way we work:  Case study on climate change and investment

3.15pm    Tea / Coffee

3.45pm    The shift from ego-system to eco-system economies

5.00pm    Course disperses



Tuition Fee (includes Tea/Coffee): £66.50
Baguette Lunch: £4.70
Full Lunch: £13.50


If you are in receipt of a state benefit you may be eligible for a reduction of 50% of tuition fees.

If you do not qualify for the concessionary fee but are experiencing financial hardship, you may still be eligible for financial assistance.

Concessionary fees for short courses


Ms Jane Corbett


Jane is a facilitator, tutor, consultant and coach on generative leadership for a sustainable future. She has worked on International and Public Programmes at OUDCE since 1997 as a part time tutor and course director on leadership and sustainability.