Strategic Management Foundations explores economic principles of business strategy and develops an analytic framework for identifying and evaluating alternative strategies.
International Business gives an insightful and detailed understanding of significant business environments today and tomorrow. The course takes place in the region of study (e.g., the Far East, East Europe), utilizing local expertise. It focuses typically on formulating and applying "realworld" strategies in a selected region of the world. Commercial strategies are examined from the perspective of management decision making, for instance: negotiation strategies;
entry strategies; pricing strategies; and strategies for dealing with governments and state-owned enterprises. In recent years this course has examined specifically China and India as two leading emerging markets.
International Strategy offered in Kellogg-Schulich
Enterprise IT Strategy & Governance offered in Kellogg-Schulich
Deal Making in China and Asia offered in Kellogg-HKUST
Family Enterprise: Success and Continuity offered in Kellogg Miami
Corporate Social Responsibility offered by Kellogg-WHU
Strategic Challenges in Emerging Markets offered in Kellogg Miami