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									                                                                                                                         EMB—Executive MBA Program


                                                          822      Managing Supply Chains and Lean                 845     Entrepreneurship
EXECUTIVE                                    EMB                   Operations                                              Fall, Summer. 1(1-0) Fall: Australia and
MBA PROGRAM                                                        Fall, Spring. 2 to 3 credits. Fall: Australia
                                                                   and MSU Management Education Center,
                                                                                                                           MSU Management Education Center, Troy.
                                                                                                                           Summer: Australia and MSU Management
                                                                   Troy. Spring: Australia and MSU Manage-                 Education Center, Troy. R: Open to Execu-
The Eli Broad College of Business                                  ment Education Center, Troy. R: Open to                 tive MBA students. SA: MSC 832
                                                                   Executive MBA students.                         Process of planning, starting, and positioning new
     and The Eli Broad Graduate                           Integrative approach to product design, develop-         businesses which link directly to customer require-
     School of Management                                 ment, and delivery. Flow of products from concept        ments. Understanding unmet market opportunity
                                                          development through delivery to the final user.          due to competitive gaps or customer needs for both
801       Business Unit Strategy                          Product and process development, managing infor-         consumer and industrial products and services.
          Fall, Summer. 1 to 2 credits. Fall: Australia   mation and product flows. Total quality manage-
          and MSU Management Education Center,            ment. Resource and capacity management.                  847      Business Decision Making and Marginal
          Troy. Summer: Australia and MSU Man-                                                                              Analysis
          agement Education Center, Troy. R: Open         824     Global Supply Chain Strategy                              Fall, Summer. 2 to 3 credits. Fall: Australia
          to Executive MBA students.                              Summer. 1(1-0) Summer: Australia and                      and MSU Management Education Center,
Positioning the firm for competitive advantage.                   MSU Management Education Center, Troy.                    Troy. Summer: Australia and MSU Man-
Institutional and corporate control. Organizational       Developing and implementing supply chain strategy.                agement Education Center, Troy. R: Open
design.                                                   Matching of competitive priorities with operational               to Executive MBA students. SA: MGT 847,
                                                          investments and decisions. Process choice, capa-                  MSC 847
802      Financial Accounting Concepts                    bility development, technology management,               Application and interpretation of analytical models to
         Fall, Summer. 2(2-0) Fall: Australia and         process simulation, linking supply chain with product    support decision making. Topics include under-
         MSU Management Education Center, Troy.           type and inventory management decisions. Recent          standing the selection of appropriate analytical tools
         Summer: Australia and MSU Management             developments such as radical innovation and the          for a given problem, the interpretation of statistical
         Education Center, Troy. R: Open to Execu-        supply chain, transformation management, and             results, and decision analysis.
         tive MBA students. SA: ACC 802                   sustainability
Financial statement relationships and analysis. Role                                                               852      International Markets
of accounting in capital markets. Contemporary            828     Strategic and International Marketing                     Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. Fall:
financial reporting issues.                                       Fall, Summer. 1 to 2 credits. Fall: Australia             Australia and MSU Management Education
                                                                  and MSU Management Education Center,                      Center, Troy. Spring: Australia and MSU
811     Corporate and Global Strategies, Design                   Troy. Summer: Australia and MSU Man-                      Management Education Center, Troy.
        and Governance                                            agement Education Center, Troy. R: Open                   Summer: Australia and MSU Management
        Fall, Summer. 2(2-0) Fall: Australia and                  to Executive MBA students.                                Education Center, Troy. R: Open to Execu-
        MSU Management Education Center, Troy.            Models and methods of business planning. Rela-                    tive MBA students. SA: EC 852
        Summer: Australia and MSU Management              tionship of strategic intent, business missions and      International trade, fiscal monetary policy, interna-
        Education Center, Troy. RB: EMB 801 R:            planning hierarchies. Linking marketing, financial,      tional currency, and capital flows.
        Open to Executive MBA students.                   and human resource strategic plans.
Strategies for multi-business firms.                                                                               856     Human Resources and Critical
                                                          831      Law and Business                                        Organizational Transitions
812     Accounting for Decision Making and                         Spring, Summer. 1(1-0) Spring: Australia                Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. Fall:
        Control                                                    and MSU Management Education Center,                    Australia and MSU Management Education
        Fall. 2(2-0) Fall: Australia and MSU Man-                  Troy. Summer: Australia and MSU Man-                    Center, Troy. Spring: Australia and MSU
        agement Education Center, Troy. P: EMB                     agement Education Center, Troy. R: Open                 Management Education Center, Troy.
        802 or concurrently R: Open to Executive                   to Executive MBA students. SA: GBL 859                  Summer: Australia and MSU Management
        MBA students. SA: ACC 812                         Critical analysis of government regulation of busi-              Education Center, Troy. R: Open to Execu-
Use of financial and non-financial data for decision      ness from legal, political, and social perspectives.             tive MBA students.
making, planning, performance evaluation, control,        Moral concepts and social policy underlying gov-         Managing human resources to support significant
and strategy implementation.                              ernment regulation.                                      changes in business configuration and strategy,
                                                                                                                   including mergers and acquisitions, outsourcing and
820     Marketing Operations and Innovation               836     Management in the Global Marketplace             workforce reductions, and globalization. Evaluation
        Spring, Summer. 2(2-0) Spring: Australia                  Summer. 3(3-0) R: Open only to students in       of the effectiveness of the human resource man-
        and MSU Management Education Center,                      the Executive M.B.A. Program. SA: MGT            agement function.
        Troy. Summer: Australia and MSU Man-                      836, MSC 836
        agement Education Center, Troy. R: Open           Global, comparative, and cross-cultural aspects of       858      Financial Strategies and Value/Risk
        to Executive MBA students. SA: MSC 822,           business. Drivers of global markets and conse-                    Management
        MSC 823, MSC 820                                  quences for management. International travel re-                  Fall, Summer. 2(2-0) Fall: Australia and
Concepts, methods, and applications of decision-          quired.                                                           MSU Management Education Center, Troy.
making to address marketing issues such as market                                                                           Summer: Australia and MSU Management
segmentation and positioning, new product devel-          842      Managerial Economics and Public Policy                   Education Center, Troy. RB: EMB 821 R:
opment, promotional and distribution strategies.                   Spring. 2(2-0) R: Open only to students in               Open to Executive MBA students. SA: FI
Techniques to model and analyze marketing deci-                    the Executive M.B.A. Program. SA: EC 842                 858
sion problems to ensure optimal performance re-           Analysis of the firm. Demand and revenues, optimal       Formulation and analysis of corporate strategies
sults.                                                    production, cost minimization, supply, profitability,    aimed at the creation and growth of shareholder
                                                          and pricing. Competitive forces and public policies in   value. Relationship of corporate activities to overall
821      Corporate Finance                                the firm's regional and international markets.           firm performance and valuation.
         Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) Fall: Australia and MSU
         Management Education Center, Troy.               844      Leadership, Change Management and               861     Strategic Management of Information
         Spring: Australia and MSU Management                      Ethics                                                  Technology
         Education Center, Troy. R: Open to Execu-                 Fall. 1 to 2 credits. Fall: Australia and MSU           Spring. 2(2-0) Spring: Australia and MSU
         tive MBA students. SA: FI 821                             Management Education Center, Troy. R:                   Management Education Center, Troy. R:
Managerial finance covering short-, intermediate-                  Open to Executive MBA students.                         Open to Executive MBA students.
and long-term problems. Financial planning and            Ethically grounding a shared vision. Fundamental         Role of Information Technology (IT) in creating
control using financial theory and management             practices of exemplary leadership: vision, courage,      organizational efficiency, competitive differentiation
techniques. Applications in domestic and interna-         and integrity. Motivating others toward a shared         and advantage. Examines various IT investment
tional settings.                                          vision.                                                  types and effective strategies for leveraging IT val-
                                                                                                                   ue.




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Executive MBA Program—EMB


863       Strategy Process: Generation and                889      Global Business Growth and
          Implementation                                           Transformation
          Spring, Summer. 2(2-0) Spring: Australia                 Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) Fall: Australia
          and MSU Management Education Center,                     and MSU Management Education Center,
          Troy. Summer: Australia and MSU Man-                     Troy. Spring: Australia and MSU Manage-
          agement Education Center, Troy. R: Open                  ment Education Center, Troy. Summer:
          to Executive MBA students.                               Australia and MSU Management Education
Managing strategic processes in the firm. Integra-                 Center, Troy. A student may earn a maxi-
tion of environmental factors, industry dynamics,                  mum of 6 credits in all enrollments for this
organizational resources, and management func-                     course. R: Open to graduate students in the
tions in the analysis and solution of strategic issues.            Master of Business Administration in Busi-
                                                                   ness Administration. Approval of depart-
865      Business Ethics and Professional                          ment.
         Responsibility                                   Within an existing business context, identify capabili-
         Spring. 2(2-0) R: Open only to students in       ties leading to organizational growth and transforma-
         the Executive M.B.A Program.                     tion and competitive advantage in the marketplace.
Alternative ethical prescriptions for business and for    Development of a solution and implementation plan
enterprise managers and their evolution with globa-       to capture the potential value of the project.
lization of the markets. Societal expectations of what
constitutes responsible and irresponsible business        891     Special Topics in Executive Management
behavior. Government regulation and changes in                    Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. A stu-
corporate governance as alternatives to conformity                dent may earn a maximum of 6 credits in all
to ethical prescriptions. Negotiation and reconcilia-             enrollments for this course. R: Open only to
tion of conflicting ethical prescriptions, governance             students in the Executive M.B.A. program.
procedures, and the regulatory environment.               Faculty-supervised study in special topics relevant
                                                          to business executives.
866      Managing Teams and Negotiations
         Fall, Summer. 1 to 2 credits. Fall: Australia
         and MSU Management Education Center,
         Troy. Summer: Australia and MSU Man-
         agement Education Center, Troy. R: Open
         to Executive MBA students.
Development of team management and negotiation
capabilities. Group decision making, conflict man-
agement, and resolution.

877      Leadership Development
         Fall, Summer. 1(1-0) Fall: Australia and
         MSU Management Education Center, Troy.
         Summer: Australia and MSU Management
         Education Center, Troy. R: Open to Execu-
         tive MBA students.
Identification of underlying competencies important
for leadership success. Assessment of student's
current leadership competencies and development
of an improvement plan. Disclosure of how the
student's leadership behaviors are perceived by
multiple sources in the organization and use of this
knowledge to further enhance leadership effective-
ness.

887      Business Assessment and Operational
         Excellence
         Fall, Spring, Summer. 2(2-0) Fall: Australia
         and MSU Management Education Center,
         Troy. Spring: Australia and MSU Manage-
         ment Education Center, Troy. Summer:
         Australia and MSU Management Education
         Center, Troy. A student may earn a maxi-
         mum of 4 credits in all enrollments for this
         course. R: Open to graduate students in the
         Master of Business Administration in Busi-
         ness Administration. Approval of depart-
         ment.
Strategically assess the capabilities of an organiza-
tion or business unit. Identify gaps in organizational
capabilties and constraints to realizing value. De-
velop a solution and implementation plan to remove
an existing constraint (s).




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