MGT 699 Strategic Management

An interdisciplinary course which examines the elements of, and the framework for, developing and implementing organizational strategy and policy in competitive environments. The course analyzes management problems both from a technical-economic perspective and from a behavioral perspective. Topics treated include: assessment of organizational strengths and weaknesses, threats, and opportunities; sources of competitive advantage; organizational structure and strategic planning; and leadership, organizational development, and total quality management. The case method of instruction is used extensively in this course.




(FIN 500 or FIN 515 or MGT 600 or MGT 615) and Graduate


School of Business


Fall Semester Spring Semester Summer Session 1