Applied Strategic Dec Making

Summer Session 2018: July 2-July 26

Description

Course Description: 

This capstone course for Business Administration (BADM) majors integrates core business knowledge across all functional areas using a system dynamics approach. This approach emphasizes the Resource-Based View of the firm and the importance of managing the resource stocks and flows of an organization to arrive at policies designed to improve performance over time. Thus, strategy formulation and analysis are based on an awareness of system structure, feedback dynamics, and stakeholder mental models. Students perform an internal financial analysis of a firm, understand its performance structure and the economic value of the firm. The seminar combines lecture, discussion, data analysis,and simulation as principle methods for learning how to effectively manage an enterprise in dynamic, competitive environments.

Prerequisites: Graduating senior standing. Completion of all courses in upper-division core.

Class Details

Instructor
Instructor Name (static text): 
Downing, James A
Location

Class Registration Information

Class #
1160
Course
BADM 495 -
SECT 702
Units
3
Fees
Amount per Unit
  • $302 / unit
Capacity
22/25
Class Meeting Dates

07/02/2018 - 07/26/2018

Days

MTWR

Times

8:30am11:55am

BADM 495 - SECT 702

Applied Strategic Dec Making

Class: 1160 Units: 3 Fees: $906.00

M-F 07/02/2018 - 07/26/2018 MTWR 8:30am11:55am

Course Description: 

This capstone course for Business Administration (BADM) majors integrates core business knowledge across all functional areas using a system dynamics approach. This approach emphasizes the Resource-Based View of the firm and the importance of managing the resource stocks and flows of an organization to arrive at policies designed to improve performance over time. Thus, strategy formulation and analysis are based on an awareness of system structure, feedback dynamics, and stakeholder mental models. Students perform an internal financial analysis of a firm, understand its performance structure and the economic value of the firm. The seminar combines lecture, discussion, data analysis,and simulation as principle methods for learning how to effectively manage an enterprise in dynamic, competitive environments.

Prerequisites: Graduating senior standing. Completion of all courses in upper-division core.
Instructor
Instructor Name (static text): 
Downing, James A
Location