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ALP 303: Financial Analysis for Impact

This team-based course, part of the GSB's Action Learning Program, will involve projects in which students work with nonprofit organizations and investment funds to optimize decisions for positive social and environmental impact alongside business performance. This course will provide real-world opportunities for students to learn research-validated foundations, tools, and practices; apply these tools and learnings to a real project for an external organization; create value for the organization by providing insights and deliverables; and be an ambassador to the organization by exposing them to the talent, values, and expertise of the GSB. Students will also have the opportunity to gain practical industry experience and exposure to the organization, its industry, and the space in which it operates; build relationships in the organization and industry; and gain an understanding of related career paths. Project topics may include assessing the financial viability of an initiative and/or more »
This team-based course, part of the GSB's Action Learning Program, will involve projects in which students work with nonprofit organizations and investment funds to optimize decisions for positive social and environmental impact alongside business performance. This course will provide real-world opportunities for students to learn research-validated foundations, tools, and practices; apply these tools and learnings to a real project for an external organization; create value for the organization by providing insights and deliverables; and be an ambassador to the organization by exposing them to the talent, values, and expertise of the GSB. Students will also have the opportunity to gain practical industry experience and exposure to the organization, its industry, and the space in which it operates; build relationships in the organization and industry; and gain an understanding of related career paths. Project topics may include assessing the financial viability of an initiative and/or the financial health of a nonprofit organization; analyzing an impact investment, including modeling the economic and social value of outcomes; or creating a development plan within the context of the organization¿s mission and overall financial sustainability. All students will critically examine current impact measurement frameworks and gain hands-on experience in performance measurement and investment evaluation.
Terms: Spr | Units: 4
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