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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
ORSC (ORSC)
ORSC
3141
Strategy in Organizations
Strategy in Organizations
Fall 2015
3
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Seminar
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ORSC 1109
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Processes and theories of strategic management in the profit and nonprofit sectors. Analysis of behavioral, sociopolitical, and economic forces underlying strategy formulation. Strategic competitive advantage; corporate diversification; multinational corporations; evaluation and choice; and implementation of functional and corporate strategies.
1. To demonstrate an understanding of strategic management theories and practice through readings, discussions, and interactive simulation performance.

2. To demonstrate an understanding of systems thinking (i.e., inputs, processes, outputs, and feedback) as a basis for examining strategic management.

3. To demonstrate critical thinking skills applied to studying and practicing strategy making in organizations.

4. To demonstrate strong oral and written communication skills.

5. To demonstrate an understanding of course topics by discussing current events as applied to course topics.
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