STIA-450 Environment and Business Strategy
Fall for 2017-2018
Svoboda, Susan
This business strategy course will explore the financial, operational and organizational implications of corporate environmental management that have become an important aspect of business today. Emphasis will be placed on how managers can turn these environmental challenges into business opportunities by reducing risk, reducing costs, developing new products and markets and reinventing existing ones. It will explore new management tools and corporate best practices in response to pressures from regulation, international standards, investors, and consumers, trade groups and resource scarcity. A combination of cases, readings, lectures, videos and simulations will engage students in discussions aimed at creating and analyzing strategies for competitive advantage.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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