Strategic Management I
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In this course students begin integrating knowledge and learning accumulated throughout the MBA Program, focusing on the long-term direction and profitability of the overall firm. You will explore how organizations leverage external and internal environments to create sustained competitive advantage and superior performance. You will hone your critical thinking skills by performing a variety of strategic analyses as they apply to organizations and will practice making strategic recommendations as a manager. Key topics covered in this course include developing and integrating your vision, mission, and values, analyzing the external environment and developing internal resources and capabilities. In addition, you will learn about different types of business strategy and when they may be most valuable to the organization.
Berg, David, "MBA8495-S56.Strategic Management I.F17.Berg,David" (2017). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 12920.