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BUS 217

Strategies in Decision Making
Name: Strategies in Decision Making
Course Number: BUS 217
Credit(s): 3

Course Description

This course offers a contemporary perspective on how real companies strategically operate and structure themselves. The textbook authors provide a blend of rich theory and practical insights, emphasizing the crucial link between the two. Through a case study approach and comprehensive theory, we aim to distill the benefits of extensive research, highlighting the need for a diverse set of concepts to navigate the complexity of organizational dynamics in our intricate world.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Grasp the corporation and the strategic factors informing management decisions.
  • Analyze cases illustrating how businesses formulate responses to challenges like competition, technology change, growth opportunities, and financial performance.
  • Apply analytical techniques to generate valuable business, market, and financial information for strategic decision-making.
  • Participate in the process of analyzing complex business cases to assess a company’s strategic focus and decision-making foundation.

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