2021-2022 University Catalog 
    
    Feb 27, 2024  
2021-2022 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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MBA 695 - Strategic Management


One of the key factors of success for an organization is the ability to not only find and implement sustainable competitive advantages but also implement actions to respond and adjust strategies as needed. This requires leaders to apply research and analysis when leading decision making and policy changes at the organizational and functional levels for long-term performance of an organization. Strategic skills include strategic thinking, choosing competitive strategies, strategic planning, crafting and defending competitive advantages, defining goals, and allocating critical resources. This course enables students to build skills in strategy formulation implementation, evaluation and control by applying a variety of tools and techniques related to strategic analysis. Students then use that analysis to formulate organizational goals, tactical implementation to reach goals, and monitor plans. Students will use internal and external data as part of the planning, implementation and monitoring processes in order to sustain a competitive advantage in current and future domestic and global markets.
Prerequisite(s): MBA 515 MBA 522 MBA 524 MBA 576 MBA 615 MBA 630  or equivalent by the MBA Director.
Credits: 3
History: MG 695, BA 610



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