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Global Strategy Formulation And Implementation

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This course develops strategy for global implementation. Topics include the role of global strategy in the organization, the current state and strategic choices, strategy selection, implementation and control issues, portfolio management, and case analysis.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    Contemporary Practices in Strategic Management

    • Analyze best practices in strategic management.
    • Evaluate real-world applications of strategic management.

    Goals and Action/Implementation Plan

    • Develop a tactical plan based on the roadmap.
    • Evaluate the roadmap to ensure that goals and objectives can be met.
    • Identify Critical Success Factors (CSF) for plan implementation.
    • Create a strategic roadmap to outline the implementation process.

    Grand Strategies, Formulation, and Choice

    • Differentiate among the generic and grand strategies.
    • Evaluate organizational strengths and weaknesses for meeting long-term objectives.
    • Apply strategic choice to achieve long-term objectives.

    Vision, Mission, and Values

    • Distinguish between strategy and tactics.
    • Explain the essential components of the strategic management process.
    • Analyze the relationship among leadership, culture, stakeholder interests, and strategic outcomes.
    • Create vision, mission, and value statements.

    Environmental Analysis and Long-Term Objectives

    • Perform an environmental analysis using appropriate tools.
    • Create a set of long-term objectives from the environmental analysis.
    • Align the vision and values of an organization to meet its long-term objectives.
    • Assess internal and external business environments.

    Financials and Control

    • Forecast financials and other measures to validate selected business strategies.
    • Establish an effective strategic planning and control cycle.
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