MGMT 35200 Strategic Management
|Program Dates:||June 15 - June 29, 2017|
|Faculty:||Prof. Fabrice Lumineau|
|Host:||Krannert School of Management|
|Eligibility:||The program is open to undergraduate students with a 2.5 GPA who have successfully completed MGMT 20100 (Management Accounting I) and ECON 25100 (Microeconomics)|
|Course Credits:||3 credits|
$3100 (airfare not included)
Krannert students may apply for Krannert specific scholarships in addition to the Purdue Moves Scholarship. For more information click here!
Students will stay in shared student apartments in Paris.
February 1, 2018. Krannert Scholarship deadline (students will be notified by mid-February of Scholarship standing)
|Deposit Deadline:||March 1, 2018. $500 non-refundable deposit|
|Apply:||To apply for this program, visit the Study Abroad website|
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Strategic Management (MGMT 35200)
Why are some firms more successful than others? This is the fundamental question of strategy. This course analyzes the sources of competitive success among firms and develops knowledge and skills necessary to effectively analyze and formulate strategy, be it as a manager, a management consultant, or an investment banker. Strategic management examines the organizational structure, resources and capabilities, and the strategic position of the organization to create, capture and sustain competitive advantage.
We will learn how to rigorously analyze a firm's competitive environment, its internal resources, and functional-level, business-level and corporate-level strategies. Building upon this foundation of rigorous analysis, we will practice formulating well-thought out recommendations that are specific and actionable.
Success depends not only on the soundness of the formulated strategy, but also on effective implementation through appropriate organizational choices. This course focuses on strategic decisions, and with both the content of those decisions and the processes by which general managers position the businesses and allocate resources under conditions of uncertainty and competition. This course utilizes various tools, concepts, and analytical frameworks that enhance our ability to define and analyze strategic problems and to identify sources of competitive advantage from both an industry and firm-level perspective.
Krannert Faculty Bio
Associate Professor of Management
Ph.D., Strategic Management- HEC Paris
M.Sc., Management & Economics- University Paris Dauphine
M.A., Business Administration- Audencia Nantes