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MGMT 7750 Global Capitalism, Culture, and Ethics (Spring: 2 )


Course Description

Emphasizes strategic management in the broadest possible context--in social, political, ecological, and ethical environments. These external environments are viewed as a complex set of interrelated economic, cultural, legal, social, political, and ecological influences facing the organization as it operates in domestic and global contexts; a powerful and dynamic set of constituencies affecting the enterprise; and a set of issues to which the organization must respond. Also provides a forward-looking perspective on the dominant trends and issues that shape the competitive environment in a rapidly changing economy: technology, globalization, strategic and economic alliances, new standards, and expectations for executives and corporations.


Instructor(s): Rick Spinello

Prerequisites: Management Practice I, II, III and M.B.A. Core

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Last Updated: 17-Dec-14