INTL 4400 3.00
|Title||STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS|
|Department||INTERNATIONAL MBA PROGRAM - ROOM , fax|
This core course focuses on the fundamental concepts of strategy and strategic management and explores the task of developing, implementing, executing and monitoring an organization's strategy, with particular focus on firms operating in international markets. The emphasis is on the problems and issues that affect the success of an entire organization. Examples are drawn from all sizes and types of organizations, although the majority of content and cases deal with profit-oriented enterprises operating in the competitive global business environment. The course uses readings, lectures, case discussions and role playing to expose students to a wide range of concepts and to the many type of situations that face managers and bear directly on an organization's ultimate success.
Note: Not open to BBA students for credit. Not available to exchange students visiting Schulich. This course cannot be completed on Exchange. Enrolment for Year 3 students is with permission only and preference is given to iBBA students.