This course uses the case method to introduce the fundamental conceptual models, analytical frameworks, and financial analyses, essential for strategy formulation. Students will decide where to compete, and how to sustain a competitive advantage over rivals, by analyzing cases and applying rigorous financial methods to solve key challenges encountered at each stage of the business lifecycle: entry, funding, organic growth, acquisition, turnaround, and exit.
Students will confront critical issues such as: What business should we be in? What products or services should we provide? Which customers should we serve? In which geographic areas? The course will provide students with the conceptual models, analytical tools, and financial methods they need to formulate and implement strategy at each stage of the company lifecycle. The class will enhance performance as general managers and consultants.
Course Visit Details:
A zoom link will be sent out 48 hours in advance to those registered.
Please note that although virtual, spots are limited in each class and out of courtesy to all, please only register for this course offering once. If you are no longer able to attend, please let us know so that we may open the spot up to someone else.
This class is 2 hours 40 minutes long, while the professor requires visitors to join on time you are not required to stay the duration and can leave early. Please note the actual class starts at 8:40 AM ET, though the professor will hold a pre-class orientation for visitors starting at 8:20 AM ET to answer questions and go over the class agenda for the day.
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