STRT-789 Global Strategy
The emergence of the global economy and the multinational enterprise is one of the most significant developments of the past three decades. This course is designed to offer future leaders an overview of the changing character of com¬pet¬ing on a worldwide scale.

The course builds upon the concepts and theories covered in the core courses in Strategic Management, International Business and International Macroeco¬nomics (as well as drawing upon the core courses in Marketing, Operations Management and Accounting and Finance). A distinguishing feature of this course is that it addresses the management of highly complex situations—integrating different cultural, geopolitical and economic issues. As a result, Global Strategy will force us to address issues that are at the cutting edge of managerial practice.
Credits: 1.5
Prerequisites: None
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