Business Strategy in Theory
Business Strategy in Theory Humanities

Course: Business Strategy in Theory

 

Period: 10 weeks

 

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Course Meeting Time :

 

Discussion             : 1 sessions / week, 1 hour / session

Recitation              : 1 session / week, 1 hour / session

 

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Being confident, responsible, reflective, innovative, and engaged intellectually, socially, with information and ideas to make a difference in facing future challenges with the ability to learn knowledgeably of Economy and Social Science. It’s a mandatory course you have taken before you try out on this course.

Prerequisite: None
Author: alberttls
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Course Length: 10 weeks

Course Description:

How to develop and execute strategies to gain competitive advantage and improve your position in the marketplace, also learn how a culture of health can transform your business to improve the well-being of your employees and company while increasing revenue.

The Pillars of Health in Frontier Markets investigates how specific arrangements of organizational design and function enable scale and sustainability for health care delivery amid resource constraints. We examine a variety of promising enterprises to understand what differentiates the successful from those that fall short in delivering health care in the most challenging settings. Over the course of our twelve 80-minute class sessions, we'll explore varied cases, compelling video content, and interactive discussions, along with mini case studies that student teams develop. Throughout the course, students draw on their education and experience in finance, operations, strategy, and marketing to investigate a variety of unique delivery challenges in emerging markets. Professor Sastry builds on her experience with global health delivery in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, background in system dynamics, and an extensive network of experts.

Course Focus:

Business Strategy, Improving Your Business

Course Purpose:

Evaluate your own strategy and provide business with tactics and tools to gain a competitive advantage by implementing a Culture of Health to address these issues and stay ahead.

Course Contents:

  1. Analyze your business's internal and external from Strategy Perspective
  2. Maintaining your business's dynamic fit with the new initiative of designing a new strategy.
  3. Introduction to the Culture of Health
  4. The Pillars of Health
  5. You
  6. Measure Your Success in Strategy
  7. Leading for Change
  8. Making it Happen
  9. Research Papers