Strategic Analysis & Decision Making

Formerly: BUS4402. Strategic Analysis and Decision Making is a capstone course that exposes students to issues that concern the firm as a whole. Through the use of “real-world” case studies and sophisticated practitioner journal articles, students will be called upon to grapple with such strategic issues as sizing up an organization’s standing in the marketplace, differentiating between winning and mediocre strategies, and spotting ways to improve a company’s strategy execution. In this course student teams will meet with the teaching team one hour per week to discuss their analysis of the assigned readings and cases. Prerequisite(s): MGT2110, MKT2500, FIN2500, MGT3110 and SR Standing. Fulfills: X and W in LS Core.

School

Business

Program

Management

Course Number

MGT4100WC

Section

A

Instructor

Martin Chatterton

Credits

4

Session

Summer Session 2

Type

Online - Asynchronous

Start – End Dates

07/11/2022-08/19/2022

Student Registration Link

https://www.merrimack.edu/admission/professional-studies/summer-session/registration/

Other Registration Link

https://www.merrimack.edu/admission/professional-studies/summer-session/registration/