Owen Graduate School of Management
Making Strategic Decisions
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About the course
A two-day program to help you understand strategic management, competitive advantage and managerial decision making
Through this highly interactive two-day course, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the fundamental concepts in strategy including the determinants of competitive advantage as well as processes for making more rational decisions.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
You'll learn ideas and techniques you can apply right away, including:
- Elements of strategy and sources of competitive advantage
- Costs and benefits of corporate diversification
- Details of rational decision making, including the role of data, experimentation and evidence to support decisions
- How biases influence decision making
- Ways to make decisions in interdependent situations (applying insights from game theory)
Who should attend
- Project managers
- Rising supervisors and executives leading organizational change
- Directors moving up to lead divisions or large-scale organizations
- Small business owners and entrepreneurs
Trust the experts
Research Interests/Areas of Expertise Strategic management; entrepreneurship; managerial economics Subject Areas Strategy and Business Economics Biography The winner of multiple teaching awards at Owen, Brian McCann is an authority in the field of strategic management. Awards & Accompli...