BUSINESS STRATEGY AND POLICY
Dr. Ossama Elhadary
BUS 4514 creditsPrerequisites: MGT220, MKT220, FIN300
Class Hours: T 06:00 pm – 09:30 pm
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This course is an overview of the most recent theories and the current practice in strategic management. Examines the development and implementation of strategies in various areas of business activity (finance, sourcing, production, human resource management, marketing, and international business).
REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS AND MATERIALS
Author(s): Hitt, Ireland, Hoskisson
Text: Strategic Management Concepts, 9th ed.
Publisher: Cengage Learning, 2010
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At the successful conclusion of this course, students will be able to:
* Have a deeper understanding of the process of strategic management and its contribution to the management of the organization * Identify the options available to the organization to best cope with changes in the environment and to best take advantage of the organization's competence * Develop and apply analytical and creative skills in handling and evaluating problems and in generating alternative solutions * Identify and explain methods used by companies to develop competitive advantage.
TEACHING and LEARNING
This course uses a combination of lectures, discussions, case studies and individual research. Students’ knowledge will be evaluated with quizzes, written assignments, in-class discussions a midterm, and a final exam. Evaluation of written assignments will be based the on the quality of content, understanding of current events and issues, the quality of the “mechanics” (proper use of language, punctuation, grammar, etc.) and the quality of the written and oral presentation. You are expected to engage in college-level reading, verbal comprehension and study skills. Outside reading of relevant current events is encouraged. Active participation in all class activities is required. Communication skills are considered essential in the field of Management. Therefore, as a member of this class, you will participate in active learning exercises such as analysis of current events, class discussions, group activities, etc... Please accept responsibility for your own actions, including asking questions and to offer and accept constructive criticism.
Regular attendance and participation in class discussions are very important. The ability to converse with the professor and fellow students about issues related to the topic of the course is an important part of the learning strategy. Consequently, a portion of the final grade will reflect the frequency and quality of the student's participation in classroom discussion. You are responsible to submit all assigned work at the start of class on the date due - even when absent. (This can be done via email attachment). There is no makeup work and late work is NOT accepted and will receive a grade of zero. Attendance will be taken at the discretion of the instructor and is defined as being present and seated quietly when class begins. All students are expected to be in class on time. Arriving late is distracting, disruptive and unprofessional. A student who comes to class after the attendance is taken will be marked absent. A student who comes to class and then leaves will be marked absent. The instructor holds the right to make the final decision in determining your number of absences.
Each student must have a...
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4. The library shall be scheduled for a presentation in class on how to research for the paper.
5. The ASC will be scheduled for a presentation in class on the MLA format.
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"Academic Dishonesty is any form of cheating and plagiarism which results in students giving or receiving unauthorized assistance in an academic assignment or receiving credit for work which is not their own."
All students are expected to agree to a pledge of honesty concerning their academic work, and faculty is expected to maintain the standards of that code.
ACADEMIC SUPPORT CENTER (ASC):
Any student needing help will find an array of services such as study skills training; support for reading and writing skills; and assistance with mathematics, oral communication and computer applications. Both peer and faculty tutors are available for assistance. The Academic Support Center offers academic assistance to all students through the use of services including tutoring, workshops and access to computer-based programs. For further information, please visit the Academic Support Center on campus and on Blackboard.
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