Strategic Management 495

Strategic Management 495

 Faculty Contact Stefanie Wilson stefanie.wilson@faculty.umgc.edu

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 Course Description (Access to spreadsheet, word processing, and presentation software required. Intended as a final, capstone course to be taken in a student’s last 15 credits.) Prerequisites: BMGT 364, BMGT 365, FINC 330 (or BMGT 340), and MRKT 310. A study of strategic management that focuses on integrating management, marketing, finance/accounting, production/operations, services, research and development, and information systems functions to achieve organizational success. The aim is to apply integrative analysis, practical application, and critical thinking to the conceptual foundation gained through previous study and personal experience. Emphasis is on developing an organizational vision and mission, developing and implementing strategic plans, and evaluating outcomes. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 495, HMGT 430, MGMT 495, or TMGT 380.

 Course Introduction The goal of strategic management is to enhance an organization’s ability to achieve its vision and mission by aligning the organization’s strategies and goals with rapidly changing environments. In this course, you will use strategic planning tools to monitor and react to opportunities and threats, and will analyze and evaluate internal and external environments in order to create, implement, and evaluate a strategic plan.

As in the real world, you will work both individually and in teams to apply strategic management concepts and principles. You will also use such skills as writing, presentation, critical thinking, communication, and quantitative analysis.

 Course Outcomes After completing this course, you should be able to:

examine the impact of ethical decision making, social responsibility, stakeholder analysis, and corporate governance on organizations and society utilize a set of useful analytical skills, tools, and techniques for analyzing a company strategically; integrate ideas, concepts, and theories from previously taken functional courses including, accounting, finance, market, business and human resource management; analyze and synthesize strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) to generate, prioritize, and implement alternative strategies in order to revise a current plan or write a new plan and present a strategic plan; evaluate the outcomes of identified strategies to determine their success and impact of short-term and long-term objectives.

 Course Materials Click to access your course materials information (http://webapps.umgc.edu/UgcmBook/BPage.cfm? C=BMGT%20495&S=6384&Sem=2205)

 Grading Information

Adelphi · Syllabus ·

BMGT 495 6384 Strategic Management (2205) BMGT-495 Summer 2020 Section 6384 3 Credits 05/20/2020 to 07/14/2020

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You are responsible for the following graded items:

Discussions/Participation – Weeks 1, 7, and 8 (5% each) 15%

Quizzes (3 Quizzes; Weeks 3, 4, and 5 (5 % each) 15%

Project 1: Starting an External Environmental Analysis 15%

Project 2: Tool Analysis 15%

Project 3: Internal Environmental Analysis 20%

Project 4: Strategy Selection, Implementation and Evaluation 20%

Total 100%

Grading Philosophy

Grades are assigned based solely on performance and not on prevailing students’ expectations, perceptions of their performance, or level of effort. The grading standards are developed based on course outcomes and reflect the appropriate level of content mastery, including the subject matter as well as core curriculum components deemed appropriate, such as effective writing and information literacy.

Although a bell curve may not always be achieved nor necessarily desirable, the expectation is that the grade of A is awarded only to students whose work is truly exceptional, reflecting both content mastery and the ability to analyze and articulate that material. The grade of A would not be routinely expected, and the grades of B and C would be clearly denoted as appropriate to lesser degrees of content mastery as discussed above. The grade of D represents the lowest passing grade and denotes borderline content mastery and ability. Students must complete courses required for the major with a grade of C or better.

Definition of Academic Rigor

UMGC defines academic rigor as the degree to which students demonstrate content mastery, application of critical thinking skills, and adherence to UMGC’s code of academic integrity.

This definition implies three components to academic rigor:

1. Content mastery, to include the subject matter of the course as well as mastery of those core curriculum goals established for the course (for example, information literacy, effective writing)

2. Application of critical-thinking skills, to include the degree to which the student can present and defend original thinking on the subject matter, including synthesis and analysis of key concepts

3. Academic integrity, to include the degree to which the student demonstrates academic honesty, as defined in UMGC’s code of academic integrity.

Students are expected to demonstrate content mastery while applying critical thinking skills (as demonstrated above. The grade a student receives reflects academic rigor and one’s ability to demonstrate content mastery, critical thinking skills and academic integrity.

BMGT course contains discussions across several weeks. If taking a hybrid class, most of the learning will take place in the face-to- face classroom but students can expect some discussions presented in the online classroom.

Grade Descriptions

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A Outstanding Performance excels far above established standards for university-level performance

B Superior Performance above established standards

C Good Performance meets established standards

D Substandard Performance is below established standards

F Failure Performance does not meet minimum requirements

Late Assignment Policy

Late Assignments without Permission

Major Assignments/Projects have due dates and turning in an assignment late without permission will lower your grade. Any assignment that is turned in late without permission from the instructor will have the following consequences:

A 10% penalty for every late day will be imposed on the paper and no more than three late days will be accepted. For example, a late day is defined as any day after the due date. There are no partial days. So the late penalty will always be the full 10% regardless of the time on the particular day the paper is submitted. For example, if the assignment is due Tuesday at 11:59 PM eastern time than an assignment turned in at 12:00 AM eastern time Wednesday will be accessed the full 10% penalty and constitute the first late day; the second late day would be Thursday at 12:00 AM eastern time, etc. Assignments turned in after the three-day period will receive a zero. If a student submits an assignment in the Assignment Folder in a timely manner, and then resubmits the assignment after the due date, the assignment submitted timely will be graded. A student does not have the option of selecting which assignment will be graded. If a student or group of students fail to submit an assignment in the Assignment Folder but sends a file to the instructor via email or by private message in a timely manner, the assignment will be graded. However, the student/group is required to submit the same assignment in the Assignment Folder as a matter of record. After the due date, students cannot submit a different version of the assignment in the Assignment Folder. The last assignment submitted timely is the assignment that will be graded.

Discussions have due dates for each week. Initial responses to the discussions are due by Saturday at 11:59 PM eastern time. Follow up responses to classmates are due by Tuesday at 11:59 PM eastern time.

Late Policy Exceptions (Discussions)

If there is a compelling reason, exceptions to the late policy may be requested by the student and an alternative assignment provided by the instructor. Exceptions are granted at the sole discretion of the instructor. A new due date will be established by the instructor. If a student fails to submit an approved alternate assignment by the new date, the student shall receive a ZERO (0) for the discussion.

Any student who misses multiple discussions and contacts the faculty after the due date, cannot expect to be allowed to make up the discussions by being provided multiple alternative assignments. Discussions require engagement and coming in after the fact means there is no discussion.

Late Policy Exceptions (Quizzes)

If there is a compelling reason, exceptions to this late policy may be requested by the student. Exceptions are granted at the sole discretion of the instructor. Any student who misses multiple quizzes and contacts the faculty after the due date, cannot expect to make up the quizzes. A new due date will be established for approved exceptions. Any student who does not complete the quiz by the new due date, will receive a Zero (0) for that work.

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Late Policy Exceptions (Projects)

There are times when extenuating circumstances arise and some additional time to complete an assignment can make the difference between success and failure. However, the expectation is that a student will contact the instructor BEFORE the assignment is due.

Notifying the instructor in advance does not guarantee an extension will be granted. Extensions are granted at the discretion of the faculty member. Students will be notified in writing of an extension or a denial.

Once the student presents the reason needed for additional time and, the instructor provides an extension, a new due date of the instructor’s choice will be provided to the student in writing. If an extension is granted and the assignment is not posted in its entirety by the due date provided by the instructor, the student is subject to the Late Assignment policy.

Late Policy Exceptions (Turnitin)

For specific graded assignments, where Turnitin has been enabled in the classroom, a student’s assignments are automatically evaluated by Turnitin for originality. Any student who believes they require additional time to modify the assignment to ensure proper APA in-text citations and references, may request that time, subject to the instructor’s approval. A new due date will be set by the instructor. Failure to meet the new due date results in the student being subject to the Late Assignment policy.

If a student submits an assignment in the Assignment Folder by the new due date, and then resubmits the assignment after that due date, the assignment submitted timely will be graded. A student does not have the option of selecting which assignment will be graded.

Course End Date, Late Work and Approved Incomplete Requirement Without an approved Incomplete, a student cannot turn in any work after the last day of class.

Extra Credit Policy

There is no opportunity for extra credit in this course. It is important for students to focus on completing the required assignments, readings, quizzes and discussions in a timely and thorough manner.

Partial Credit Policy

If a student submits part of an assignment prior to that assignment’s due date, partial credit may be granted by the instructor in cases where an exception to the Late Policy has not been approved.

Faculty Assignment Review Restriction and Expected Student Turnitin Usage

There is no opportunity for faculty to review a student’s draft, rewrite or excerpt before graded work is submitted for a grade. Students are advised to follow all assignment guidelines and suggested assignment formats for each of their graded submissions.

For specific graded assignments, where Turnitin has been enabled in the classroom, a student’s assignments are automatically evaluated by Turnitin for originality. Students whose submissions are prior to the due date will have an opportunity to see their Turnitin results and, if desired, edit their work before the required due date. Any student who believes they require additional time to modify the assignment to ensure proper APA in-text citations and references, may request that time. See Late Policy Exceptions (Turnitin) above.

 

 Project Descriptions Always submit your best, most thoughtful work. Assignments should be well organized and should demonstrate the level of writing expected of college students at the 400 level. Present your ideas as thoroughly as you can, providing examples and appropriate citations, (using the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition). You must adhere to the page-length requirements identified for each assignment. Your writing style is very important, and you will be graded on this aspect of your work in such areas as organization, grammar, punctuation, etc. Do not use the PDF format when submitting assignments.

Creative approaches, evidence of critical thinking, and detailed answers are required. If you disagree with the materials presented in the course, argue your point with verifiable examples and outside data, properly documented and cited. Remember that even

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paraphrased material requires proper citation (use APA format, both within the text and in your reference list). Post your assignments as an attachment in your assignment folder on or before the due date (use Word or an RTF file format). Late submissions are not accepted. Make a backup copy of your work in case you experience computer or network problems when you are uploading your assignment. Submitted assignments will be considered your final submission and submissions by email afterward will not be accepted.

Review and use the instructions and rubric for each assignment. Review the APA guidelines under Course Overview prior to submission. Check that all citations and references are correct and noted within your paper. Turnitin may be used to review each paper for plagiarism.

Discussions

Participation is 15% of your overall class grade. You will be evaluated on the quality and quantity of your participation in online and in class (for hybrid classes) weekly activities, as well as timeliness.

Quizzes (Weeks 3, 4, and 5)

There are three quizzes in the course. The quizzes will be taken using the online quizzing function. Students should read the material, take notes and thoroughly understand the material prior to entering the quiz. Once the quiz has been accessed, a student may not exit and reenter the quiz. Set aside 60 minutes to take the quizzes. At 62 minutes the quiz will shut down as there is no opportunity to go beyond this time period. If a student enters the quiz and fails to complete it, there is no opportunity to retake the quiz. The quiz must be taken during the week it is available and cannot be completed at a later date unless the student requests additional time. See Late Policy Exceptions (Quizzes) above.

What is presented below is only an introduction to the projects. See Assignment Folder for full disclosure of projects.

Project 1: Starting an External Environmental Analysis (Week 2)

Purpose:

This project is the first of four projects. This project is the first part of an external environmental analysis of a strategic management plan. You will use the tools and apply concepts learned in this and previous business courses to demonstrate an understanding of how organizations develop and manage strategies to establish, safeguard and sustain its competitive position in the 21 century’s (rapidly evolving/shifting/changing), uncertain hyper-competitive business environment.

Completing a company overview and assessing the general environment is a key aspect of performing an external environment analysis. This project provides you with the opportunity to evaluate the competitive position of one of the organizations listed below and integrate that information in an a Company Overview and then complete a PESTEL analysis.

In this project, you are presenting a report document. The expectation is that the report provides the level of details to help the audience grasp the main topics and to understand the General Environment.

Skill Building:

In this project, you are building many different skills including research, critical thinking, writing and developing analytical skills related to various financial analysis tools and strategy tools used in business.

Outcomes Met With This Project:

utilize a set of useful analytical skills, tools, and techniques for analyzing a company strategically; integrate ideas, concepts, and theories from previously taken functional courses including accounting, finance, market, business and human resource management;

Project 2: Tool Analysis (Week 4)

Purpose:

This project is the second of four projects. It also represents the second part of the external environmental analysis that is part of a strategic management plan. You will use the tools and apply concepts learned in this and previous business courses to demonstrate an understanding of how organizations develop and manage strategies to establish, safeguard and sustain its competitive position in the 21 century’s (rapidly evolving/shifting/changing), uncertain hyper-competitive business environment.

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Monitoring competitors’ performance is a key aspect of performing an external environment analysis. This project provides you with the opportunity to evaluate the competitive position of one of the organizations listed below and integrate that information in a partial SWOT (OT), Porter’s Five Forces, External Factor Evaluation (EFE) matrix and Competitive Profile Matrices (CPM).

In this project, you are presenting a report document. The expectation is that the report provides the level of details to help the audience grasp the main topics and to understand and complete the External Environmental Analysis.

Skill Building:

In this project, you are building many different skills including research, critical thinking, writing and developing analytical skills related to various financial analysis tools and strategy tools used in business.

Outcomes Met With This Project:

utilize a set of useful analytical skills, tools, and techniques for analyzing a company strategically; integrate ideas, concepts, and theories from previously taken functional courses including accounting, finance, market, business and human resource management; analyze and synthesize strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) to generate, prioritize, and implement alternative strategies in order to revise a current plan or write a new plan and present a strategic plan

Project 3: Internal Environmental Analysis (Week 6)

Purpose:

This project is the third of four projects. Students will perform an internal environmental analysis using the tools and concepts learned in the course to date. You will also draw from previous business courses to develop an understanding of how organizations develop and manage strategies to establish, safeguard and sustain its position in a competitive market.

Students also have the opportunity to review an organization’s objectives and goals and the key functional areas within the organization. Performing an internal environment analysis helps assess a firm’s internal resources and capabilities and plays a critical role in formulating strategy by identifying a firm’s strengths to capitalize on so that it can effectively overcome weaknesses.

Skill Building:

In this project, you are building many different skills including research, critical thinking, writing and developing analytical skills related to various financial analysis tools and strategy tools used in business.

Outcomes Met With This Project:

utilize a set of useful analytical skills, tools, and techniques for analyzing a company strategically; integrate ideas, concepts, and theories from previously taken functional courses including, accounting, finance, market, business and human resource management; analyze and synthesize strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) to generate, prioritize, and implement alternative strategies in order to revise a current plan or write a new plan and present a strategic plan.

Project 4: Strategy Selection, Implementation and Evaluation (Week 8)

Purpose:

This project is the last of four projects. You will generate a pool of alternative strategies, evaluate these alternative strategies, and select the best strategy using the tools and concepts learned throughout the course. You will develop implementation plans, evaluative plans to control the implementation process, and plan for post-evaluation measures. You will also draw from previous business courses to develop an understanding of how organizations develop and manage strategies to establish, safeguard and sustain its position in a competitive market.

Skill Building:

In this project, you are building many different skills including research, critical thinking, writing and developing analytical skills related to various financial analysis tools and strategy tools used in business. You will select optimal strategies, design how to implement and evaluate the implementation process of the optimal strategies.

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Outcomes Met With This Project:

Examine the impact of ethical decision making, social responsibility, stakeholder analysis, and corporate governance on organizations and society Utilize a set of useful analytical skills, tools, and techniques for analyzing a company strategically; Integrate ideas, concepts, and theories from previously taken functional courses including, accounting, finance, market, business and human resource management; Analyze and synthesize strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) to generate, prioritize, and implement alternative strategies in order to revise a current plan or write a new plan and present a strategic plan; Evaluate the outcomes of identified strategies to determine their success and impact on short-term and long-term objectives.

 Academic Policies ACADEMIC INTEGRITY

University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC) has adopted a Philosophy of Academic Integrity (https://www.umgc.edu/current- students/learning-resources/academic-integrity/philosophy.cfm)to guide the university’s commitment to a culture of academic integrity and authentic education encompassing a set of dispositions and behaviors that are socially beneficial, educationally critical, and professionally necessary.

All members of the University community must maintain the highest level of integrity across the academic experience. For students, intellectually honest academic work represents independent analysis, acknowledges all sources of information that contribute to the ideas being explored, and ensures the ability to engage in life and work authentically. Your instructor is your primary resource for how to uphold the highest ethical standards in the context of this course’s specific requirements.

Your instructor and other UMGC staff may use Turnitin or other technology resources to support the development and assessment of authentic student writing. To learn more about Turnitin, the feedback it provides, and your options regarding the inclusion of your work in the Turnitin database, visit University guides for Turnitin at sites.umgc.edu/library/libresources/turnitin.cfm (https://sites.umgc.edu/library/libresources/turnitin.cfm) and https://sites.umgc.edu/library/libresources/turnitin.cfm#studentcopyright (https://sites.umgc.edu/library/libresources/turnitin.cfm#studentcopyright).

Additional resources to support you in authentic learning are available at umgc.edu/academicintegrity (https://www.umgc.edu/current-students/learning-resources/academic-integrity/index.cfm).

CLASSROOM CIVILITY

Students are expected to work together cooperatively, and treat fellow students and faculty with respect, showing professionalism and courtesy in all interactions. Please review the Code of Civility for more guidance on interacting in UMGC classrooms: https://www.umgc.edu/students/support/studentlife/conduct/code.cfm (https://www.umgc.edu/students/support/studentlife/conduct/code.cfm).

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Students with disabilities who need accommodations in a course are encouraged to contact the Office of Accessibility Services (OAS) at accessibilityservices@umuc.edu, or call 800-888-8682 or 240-684-2287.

The following academic policies and procedures apply to this course and your studies at UMGC.

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This policy also states that faculty may determine if the resubmission of coursework from previous classes (whether or not taken at UMGC), partially or in its entirety, is acceptable or unacceptable. Faculty communicate these expectations to students in writing. If you are unclear about the reuse of your prior work, consult with your instructor.

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GRADING

According to UMGC’s grading policy, the following marks are used:

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Undergraduate Graduate

A 90-100 90-100

B 80-89 80-89

C 70-79 70-79*

D 60-69 N/A**

F 59 or below 69 or below

FN Failure-Non attendance Failure-Non attendance

G Grade Pending Grade Pending

P Passing Passing

S Satisfactory Satisfactory

U Unsatisfactory Unsatisfactory

I Incomplete Incomplete

AU Audit Audit

W Withdrew Withdrew

* The grade of “B” represents the benchmark for graduate courses. Students must maintain a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher. Classes where final grade of C or F places a student on Academic Probation must be repeated. ** UMGC does not award the grade of D in graduate courses.

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SYLLABUS CHANGES

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All items on this syllabus are subject to change at the discretion of the Instructor and the Office of Academic Affairs.

 Class & Assignment Schedule

 

SESSION TOPIC ASSIGNMENTS

Week 1 Introduction to Strategic Management

Week 1 Readings

Week 1 Discussion

Week 2 The External Environment Assessment

Week 2 Readings

Project 1

Week 3 Internal Environment Assessment

Week 3 Readings

Quiz 1

Work on Project 2

Week 4 Business Level Strategy Week 4 Readings

Quiz 2

Project 2

Week 5 Competing in International Markets and Selecting Corporate Strategies

Week 5 Readings

Quiz 3

Work on Project 3

Week 6 Executing Strategy Through Organizational Design

 

Week 6 Readings

Project 3

Week 7 Business Ethics/Social Responsibility/Environmental Sustainability

Week 7 Readings

Week 7 Discussion

Work on Project 4

Week 8 Evaluation and Control/ The Process

Week 8 Readings

Week 8 Discussion

Project 4 (Due Saturday)

 

Students can access their complete list of assignments and their corresponding due dates within the Assignments section of the classroom by navigating to the Assignments section of the class from the main navigation bar. Follow the link below, and then click Assignments, for a video demonstration on how to utilize this feature.

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Assignments with full description and grading rubrics are also available under the Syllabus Module

Classroom Walkthrough Videos Link

Students also have access to a calendar tool on the course homepage within the classroom.

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  • BMGT 495 6384 Strategic Management (2205) BMGT-495
    • Faculty Contact
    • Course Description
    • Course Introduction
    • Course Outcomes
    • Course Materials
    • Grading Information
    • Project Descriptions
    • Academic Policies
    • Class & Assignment Schedule