Welcome to Strategic Management 101
Managers who fail to plan, plan to fail.
In this course, you will learn the essentials of strategic management: formulation, implementation, and evaluation of an organization's strategic plan. Use of public access research sources and quantitative tools for decision-making will help you make decisions that are rooted in facts, not intuition. During the course, you will actually create a Strategic Plan, from start to finish, in order to see the planning process first hand. You'll also create a multimedia presentation for investors concerning your findings and proposals. It is a valuable course for current or aspiring business owners or managers.
Sharon Jumper J.D.
Sharon has been a professor since 1996. In addition to teaching online for many universities over the years, she spent three years teaching undergraduate students while abroad in the United Arab Emirates and China. Her current faculty affiliations are UMUC, UCLA-Extension, Broward College, University of Saint Mary, St. Thomas University, and Baker College. Her research interests, presentations, and publications include Socratic teaching, competency-based assessment strategies, microfinance, entrepreneurship, negotiation strategies, strategic planning, post-conflict development, faculty training, and law.