STRATEGY 411 - The Corporation in Society
Section: 311
Term: FA 2017
Subject: Strategy (STRATEGY)
Department: Ross School of Business
Credits:
3 (Non-LSA credit).
Other:
Sustain
Repeatability:
May not be repeated for credit.
Primary Instructor:

We live in extraordinary times. Corporations are among the wealthiest and most powerful institutions on the world's stage today. At the same time, corporations are more vulnerable than ever before. Globalization unleashed a set of competitive forces that place firms at risk, no matter their size. Managers face enormous pressure. Their firms' wealth and power act as a kind of magnet. Civil society routinely asks corporations to invest directly in our social life. Regardless of their productive capabilities, firms field requests to invest in such areas as education and health care. Managers must decide what, if anything, to do. And, at the same time, these same managers need to marshal their resources to produce and deliver high quality and profitable goods and services in a very competitive global marketplace. Leading a business that is at once socially responsive and economically competitive is a daunting challenge. This course will examine the role of the corporation in society and in so doing, begin to develop the leadership capability we need to meet these challenges.

STRATEGY 411 - The Corporation in Society
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20BUSAD BBA - Sr Only
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MW 10:00AM - 11:30AM
Note: STRATEGY 411 will be meeting in the Colloquium (6th floor of the Ross building) throughout the Fall term. Seats in this course are currently reserved for BBA Seniors and Minor in Business Seniors. Please reach out to the instructor of the class if you're interested, but unable to enroll.
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MW 10:00AM - 11:30AM
Note: STRATEGY 411 will be meeting in the Colloquium (6th floor of the Ross building) throughout the Fall term. Seats in this section are reserved exclusively for Minor in Business students. Please reach out to the instructor of the class if you're interested, but unable to enroll.
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