507 Strategic Management

Business Administration (Graduate)

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Pre-requisites: None

Requisite To: None

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Course Description

A graduate course that discusses strategic management concepts and models. The course integrates organization functional areas to strategic planning process. Considerations are given to the environmental and international elements as well as ethical and technological dimensions of decision making related to strategy formation, implementation, and evaluation: case method is an essential tool in teaching the course.

Course Learning Objectives (CLOs)
  • Clo1. communicate strategic concepts and ideas
  • Clo2. develop and explain a strategic management framework
  • Clo3. evaluate the relationship between the macro and the competitive environment
  • Clo4. analyze strategy formulation in turbulent markets
  • Clo5. measure a firm’s chances of sustaining a competitive advantage
  • Clo6. evaluate disruptive innovation as a means of capturing market share
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