strsb581 | Graduate
Implementing Business Strategy
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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Strategic Small Business Plan Creation
- Construct a small business plan.
- Evaluate franchising opportunities.
Mission, Vision, and Values
- Explain social responsibility.
- Identify components of environmental scanning.
- Develop mission, vision, and values statements.
Gaining and Sustaining Competitive Advantage
- Explain the role of risk and flexibility in competitive advantage.
- Identify factors for gaining and sustaining competitive advantage.
- Outline strategies that lead to competitive advantage.
- Evaluate internal and external environments.
- Apply strength, weakness, opportunity, and threats (SWOT) analysis to a business plan.
- Identify generic and grand strategies.
Development and Evaluation
- Compare small business and strategic plans.
- Identify measurement strategies for monitoring and controlling the success of a small business plan.
- Identify critical success factors in the development of small business plans.
Small Business Plan Implementation
- Describe the small business plan implementation process.
- Develop implementation schedules and budgets.
- Evaluate measurement and evaluation plans.
- Explain change management.
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