PhD Orientation Pro-Seminar
Provides in-depth coverage of contemporary topics emphasizing new and emerging issues for PhD students in business or in majors related to business. Students will meet in a seminar format that incorporates discussions,presentations,lectures by the instr
(BUS 965 Section 1), Fall 2014. Download SyllabusPhD Seminar in Strategic Management
Application of management processes and decision theory to the analysis of cases and critical incidents in management. Cases and incidents deal with both administrative or corporate strategy and with supervisory tactics.
(MHR 870 Section 1), Fall 2014. Download SyllabusStrategic Management (PhD Seminar)
This doctoral level strategy seminar invites students to explore drivers of performance heterogeneity among firms. Why do some firms out-perform others? The topic is integrative in that the answer draws on theory from economics, sociology, and even psychology as well as management and organizational theory that is interdisciplinary. In studying this topic, we will also focus on the process of conducting management research. What is the anatomy of a scholarly contribution and how does one conduct research in this field?
(MHR 765 Section 6), Spring 2012. Download SyllabusEMBA - Business Strategy
Integrative approach to strategic management,including strategy formulation/implementation at business unit,corporate levels. Cases,discussion,lecture,simulation are used to communicate concepts. Emphasizes development of unique tools for analysis of
(MHR 723 Section 031), Fall 2015. Download SyllabusBusiness Strategy (Full time MBA)
This course examines how firms gain and sustain competitive advantages. To be successful, the firm’s strategy must permeate all departments and functional areas. As such, this course integrates knowledge and skills gained from your prior studies (e.g., marketing, management, finance, accounting...). In drawing on these tools, we explicitly apply a general management point of view –we will analyze strategies in light of the total enterprise.
(MHR 723 Section 1), Fall 2012. Download Syllabus