Walsh Catalog 2021-2022

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MGT 540 STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR BUSINESSES AND ENTREPRENEURS

Business organizations are consciously created, deliberately structured entities. In the complex, competitive, and dynamic marketplace of the twenty-first century, managers need to address and solve problems at both the organizational and the individual level. This problem-based, active learning course is designed to enable students to focus on not only acquiring the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize, interpret, and solve these issues, but also to develop the critical, reflective, and entreprenurial thinking necessary to act as a change agent. Using case-based scenarios, students will examine the elements of an organizations' system, its current position within that system, and the decisions necessary to generate a competitive advantage.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

Student must have completed 21 semester credit hours completed in residence at Walsh.

Distribution

MANAGEMENT