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2019-2020 General Catalog 
    
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BUS 592E - Business Plan


Unit(s): 1-3
This is primarily a field-study course in which students describe, evaluate, and recommend a well-supported strategy to the top management team and/or board of directors of an organization. Working in teams, participants will observe how strategic opportunities are identified, conceptualized, planned, financed, implemented, managed and harvested. Learning tools include field research, compilation of primary and secondary data, class dialogues, readings, sample case analyses, guest lectures from local business leaders, and a final project that involves writing a case study and analysis describing the evolution of an organization’s strategy, how resources and capabilities will be acquired to implement the strategy, and how results may be monitored and controlled. The ultimate output of this course is a business plan that students may use in future business ventures.

Grading: GRD
Prerequisite(s): admission to the E.M.B.A. Program.



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