Searcy syllabus fall 2018 LCVS-1.docx - MAN-4720 001 10921 Global Strategy and Policy Fall 2017 BU 303(and via Lecture Capture Tuesday\/Thursday 11:00 AM

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MAN-4720: 001 10921 Global Strategy and Policy Fall 2017 BU 303 (and via Lecture Capture) Tuesday/Thursday 11:00 AM to 12:20 PM Professor Information Deborah Searcy Office: Fleming West 124 e-mail: [email protected] Office Hours Tuesdays and Thursdays: 12:30 to 1:30 in Fleming West 124 Wednesdays: Phone conferences 10 am to 2 pm (email me to schedule) Required Materials Capstone business simulation by Capsim.com Course Description This is the capstone course for all majors. In this class, students explore the competitive environment on a global basis, examine all external factors that affect the firm domestically and globally and provide solutions that include globalization as a strategic option. The course is intended to provide a unifying, integrating, and coordinating opportunity to tie together concepts, principles, and skills learned separately in other, more specialized courses in Business Administration. Course Prerequisites and Credit Hours Completion of core requirements and senior standing (90 credits, minimum). This course may NOT be taken concurrently with prerequisites. If you have not met these prerequisites, you must withdraw from the class. Prerequisites: MAN 3025, MAR 3023, FIN 3403, QMB 3600 Class Time Commitments According to Florida State Statute 6A-10.033, students must spend a minimum 2,250 minutes (37.5 hours) of in-class time during a 3-credit course. Additionally, students enrolled in a 3-credit course are expected to spend a minimum of 4,500 minutes (75 hours) of out-of-class-time specifically working on course-related activities (i.e., reading assigned pieces, completing homework, preparing for exams and other assessments, reviewing class notes, etc.) and fulfilling any other class activities or duties as required. The course schedule for this course reflects this expectation of students. For this class, I consider the simulation activities, on-line discussion boards, and team worksheet exercises to be an extension of in-class time, as they are an extension of the in-class lecture. If you were in a traditional face-to-face class, then all in-class discussions would be part of your in-class time. So, if a given
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daily lecture is only 40 minutes, then you should spend the remaining 40 minutes of the class on class activities. Course Learning Objectives 1. Develop strategic thinking and improve critical thinking - learn the concepts, models and tools of strategic analysis, and critically apply them to actual competitive situations and current events. Critical thinking is the objective analysis of facts to form a judgment. It is a skill that can be learned, and is the biggest focus of this class. 2. Build collaborative working skills - obtain better results by drawing on everyone’s knowledge and experience and by building working relationships despite differences in opinions and priorities.
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