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ORL 547 - Strategic Planning and Decision Making

In this course, students will master the mechanics of strategic planning and decision-making in the organizational context. They will learn the rationale and the key steps involved in strategic planning. Different types of plans, the levels of planning, and planning methods will be analyzed in detail. Students will identify the internal and external environmental constraints that affect organizational planning and decision-making. They will also gain experience in making strategic decisions in the face of uncertainty, vulnerability, and complexity. The course focuses on helping students develop data analysis and interpretation skills to become successful planners and decision-makers. Prerequisite: ORL505

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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