BPS 310 - Strategic Planning and Control
||This course analyzes the strategies and tactics used by firms in various competitive environments. It is targeted toward students that will be either designing or evaluating strategies in both emerging and mature industries. Focus will be on the question of how firms can create and sustain a competitive advantage at home and in host country. Integration of planning and control at business and global level. It covers both formal planning and control systems and the informal processes that lead firms to change their strategic direction. The course explores new models and approaches to strategic planning and control including the "balanced score-card" methodology, the real options approach to evaluating alternatives; and biases affecting strategic decision-making at individual, group and organizational levels.
[Pre-requisite: MGT 210 FIN 254 ]
[Credit Hours: 3]