Aug 17, 2019  
2017-2018 Graduate Catalog 
2017-2018 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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BUS 779 - Strategies of Innovation

As a senior level course the Strategic Management course integrates  previously learned business concepts. Strategies of  innovation introduces the use of innovation and its role in strategy development strategies to resolve complex, strategic problems in conventional business environment using analytical approaches to define solutions. General topics include: the total enterprise perspective from innovation to implementation, the concept of strategy, strategic assessment, internal alignments, social responsibility and the implications of innovative strategic management with its accompanying planning, organizing, leading and controlling. Students must have completed all of the core requirements prior to enrolling in the course. A major term-based project and/or series of case studies culminates the learning process.

Prerequisites & Notes
All foundation courses; all other core courses or equivalents. Recommended not to be taken with more than one other course in the same term. To be taken during the last semester of graduate study with divisional dean or designee approval.


Credits: 3

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