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BUSINESS 400-003 TR 10:00 ED 558 2012 Winter Semester

Summary: BUSINESS 400-003 TR 10:00 ED 558
2012 Winter Semester
Instructor: Dr. Jim Mason
Office: ED 534
Phone: 585-4710 or 789-6578 (home)
Office Hours: 1:00-2:00 Tuesday, and Thursday or by appointment
Business 400 is more than a capstone course. We are concerned with managing
competitive position and long-term enterprise development to ensure survival
and success.
A firm must create and sustain a competitive advantage if it is to survive and
prosper in the long run. We will develop frameworks, tools, and concepts needed
to analyze and understand the context of superior performance. Our course
concentrates on two areas of analysis: the enterprises external environment and
its internal environment. It makes the distinction between corporate and business
Industries differ in the extent to which they provide opportunities for sustained
performance. They are dynamic and evolve over time, providing changing
opportunities and threats. Enterprises compete for position through their actions
and interactions, each seeking competitive position through its products and


Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina


Collections: Mathematics