The course focuses on the formal decision-making process called “Strategic Management.” The primary course objective is to acquaint students with the process of developing a business strategy and how to implement that strategy. As a business management and administration student you must be able to integrate the knowledge and skills you have learned in other administration and business courses in areas such as accounting, finance, management, human resources, organizational behaviour, marketing and production. Business Policy and Strategy should be one of the last courses a student takes in their Bachelor of Business Administration degree program.
Analyze and assess companies and industries using strategic management models, theory, frameworks, cases studies, financial analysis, and valuation methods
Develop strategic plans and decision proposals using research methodologies, analytical thinking techniques and creative problem-solving approaches
Lead team meetings, ethically, professionally, and productively, on strategic planning and by facilitating group discussions around complex business issues
Integrate specific techniques and implement appropriate technologies to enhance analysis, collaboration and communication for topic/case facilitation and a strategic plan