OMS 525: Integrative Strategic Management

Synonym:

81161 (for web registration)

Section:

A

Faculty:

Robert Rue

Credits:

3

Seats:

19

Semester:

Spring 2012

Meeting Schedule:

Sun 1/15 (8:30AM-5:29PM)
Sun 2/12 (8:30AM-5:29PM)
Sun 3/4 (8:30AM-5:29PM)
Sun 3/25 (8:30AM-5:29PM)
Sun 4/22 (8:30AM-5:29PM)

Description:

Competency Area: Systems & Strategic Thinking
Required of and restricted to Summer 2010 Weekend MBA students.

In this capstone course, students will merge ecological and organizational theory to develop strategic systems thinking management approaches. Students will develop skills to evaluate sustainability procedures and policies in a variety of complex systems - biological, ecological, environmental, organizational, social, political, and/or economic. Students will explore the field of Human Ecology as way to advance their strategies for solving complex organizational and environmental challenges. Case studies in managing IT resources, market competition, board development, social entrepreneurship and others will be used to demonstrate integrative strategic management approaches and solutions. Students should check the course site on Sakai for online assignments that will begin prior to the first class meeting.