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BUS 400-001 Business Strategy

Summary: BUS 400-001
Business Strategy
Fall 20111
Times: 7:00 9:45 p.m. Wednesdays
Dates: Wednesday, September 7 Wednesday Nov. 30; Exam Wed., Dec. 14 - 7:00 p.m.
Location: ED 621 (Education Building)
Course Site: Via your UR Courses account at www.uregina.ca/urcourses
Instructor: Bruce Anderson, ED 510 (Centre for Management Development)
Telephone: 337-3209 (office), 584-9718 (home) Cellular/Text: 539-6311
E-mail: Bruce.C.Anderson@uregina.ca (Note: you must use .C. or email will be redirected)
Office Hours: Widely available. Drop-in but an appointment guarantees availability.
Effective strategy management is an essential skill for managers and entrepreneurs. In simple terms, a
strategy is a plan of action toward specific results. Strategic management is an organization-wide
process for determining the organization's sense of purpose, direction, and competitiveness. It is
critical in a global economy that is ever-changing. An effective "strategic" manager asks the right
questions and seeks the right information to make informed and strategic decisions.
Business Strategy is an advanced course, providing students with an integration of functional subjects
like HR and Finance, into the context of management. Previous courses' concepts and learning will be


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


Collections: Mathematics