|Honors Strategic Management - 15352 - MGMT 4910 - 088
Associated Term: Spring 2022
ETSU, Main Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
Conventional Methodology Instructional Method
Learning Objectives: The emphasis in this course will be from a top management perspective. Unlike other business core and major courses which tend to focus on a single functional area of business, we will focus on the macro business situation. The class will be divided into two interrelated, concurrent modules. The first module will be devoted to studying the current sustainable strategic management literature. Three exams will be given over the literature. The second module will focus on applying your knowledge of sustainable strategic management through collaborative research projects. These two modules coevolve with each other throughout the semester. Full syllabus is shown under Content Tab on D2L.
Required Materials: "Sustainable Strategic Management", 2014 (2nd Edition), Stead & Stead, Routledge Publishing, UK, 2014 Sustainable Strategic Management Course Notes and Slides (on D2L) Wall Street Journal – Subscriptions provided by the College of Business & Technology; sign up on D2L. IBISWorld.com – Online access provided by ETSU
Technical Requirements: Completion of all functional business courses (management, marketing, finance, accounting and economics) and graduating senior status. Students must be graduating seniors or have a waiver from Jim Harlan, Interim Department Head of Management & Marketing. Special permission will be granted to accounting and finance majors to take early.
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