em595 | Graduate
Strategic Planning And Implementation For The Energy Sector
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Risk Management, Implementation, and Contingency Plans
- Create an implementation plan for an energy-focused organization.
- Create a risk management plan for an organization in the energy sector.
Mission, Vision, and Values
- Define organizational mission, vision, and values statements.
- Explain the role of ethics and corporate social responsibility in strategic planning for the energy sector.
- Identify major components of the strategic management process.
- Determine strategies that create value and sustain competitive advantage.
- Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of an energy related organization.
- Compare and contrast strategic plan options.
Strategic Choice and Evaluation
- Describe certain considerations that must be incorporated into strategic implementation.
- Explain key success factors for monitoring and evaluating performance.
- Choose an appropriate strategy for an energy organization.
Construct a stragetic plan for an energy-focused organization.
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