Le Grand Syllabus 2017/2018
effort to ﬁght the lack of conﬁdence and so-called crisis of representation they face. This course aims to analyse how institutions and political actors are adopting ICTs and to understand whether this process consists of a revolution or of an "aggiornamento" ? The class will address the main theoretical questions around Politics and Internet, and will analyse the main practical experimentations of ICT's and Politics in government, elections, public administration, social movements and social innovations. Required reading : CASTELLS (Manuel), Networks of rage, Networks of Outrage and Hope : Social Movements in the Internet Age, Cambridge, Polity Press, 2012.
- update students on sustainability new framework and challenges. - update students on new Corporate Social Responsability strategies and practices. - expose students to concrete business cases. - expose students to different actors. - foster students critical thinking on the shift of paradigm link to sustainable development and the efﬁciency of public and private partnership. Subjects approached : - the Sustainable Development Goals. - the role of actors, the co-creation and the public private partnership. - the business new practices. - the social economy and inclusiveness last trends. - the ﬁnance new tools and mechanism. - the measurement of impact and value creation. Required reading : Gerstlé, (Jaceques), La communication politique, A. Colin, 2016.
SOCIAL INNOVATION : A LEVER FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION ?
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English ; French
Teachers : Jean-Christophe LAUGÉE (Directeur, Nature et Social Inclusivness, Danone). Prerequisite : None. Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : Executive summary production and presentation ; best practices workshop pitch design and presentation ; meta role. Workload : 3-4 hours per week between each session. Pedagogical Method : Module / Session pedagogy proposed : - executive summary presentation by students (group of 2) on the previous subject – 10 minutes pitch. - subject introduction by JC Laugée 30/45 minutes minimum. - external testimony - 45 minutes minimum. - discussion / Q&A/ JC Laugée moderating role - 30 minutes. - introduction of the next session (JC Laugée) and meta role - 10 minutes. Course Description : Education module objectives : 1722
SOCIAL INNOVATION : REDESIGNING WELFARE PROVISION ?
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Teachers : Daniele KIELMANOWICZ (Consultante, LGI Consulting), Nathalie MOREL (Assistant Professor), Ben RICKEY (Responsable de projets, Agence Nouvelle des solidarités actives), Raphaëlle SEBAG (Directrice des opérations, Impact Invest lab). Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : Group exercice : 30% ; Final paper : 60% ; Oral participation : 10%. Workload : Usually 2 texts to be read in preparation for each session. Course Description : Social innovation has become a popular concept in a variety of circles, including in policy debates at national and supranational levels, and is widely understood as providing desirable solutions to new social needs in a context of constrained budgets and incapacity of traditional welfare states to address these needs.