Managing Political, Economic, Social, and Technology and Country Risk

GSM PL 864

This case-based course introduces students to conceptual tools and frameworks that allow them to think systematically about environmental changes that restructure companies, industries, and countries, preparing them to deal with those changes. The course explores political, economic, technological, and social change, as well as natural disasters and political risk. Students will map the flow of events and experiences that shape political or business leaders' attitudes and will be introduced to the analyses of countries, systems, trends, stakeholders, scenario developments, cross-impact, and payoff assessments. They will assess probable shifts in stakeholder power within the industry or country and suggest potentially successful leadership and change strategies.

SPRG 2015 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Hatten SMG 322 MW 12:30 pm-2:00 pm

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