Saul P. Steinberg Professor of Management
Research Interests: developing firm capabilities, indian business leadership, organizational change, organizational evolution
MGMT736 - Industrial Structure and Policy
This course is designed to provide an understanding of environmental influences on business decision making and operation, including differences in the nature of product demand, cost structure, company size, market competition, and public product factors which influence specific decisions and place limits on the flexibility of production, marketing and financial policies. Emphasis is placed on the economic characteristics of particular industries. *Note: Not currently scheduled.
MGMT236401 ( Syllabus )
MGMT736401 ( Syllabus )
MGMT773 - Managing Organizational Change
During the last decade it has become clear that in the global economy, firms must constantly adapt to changing technological, competitive, demographic and other environmental conditions in order to survive and prosper. The importance of acquiring the knowledge and tools for changing organizations successfully cannot be overemphasized (particularly for students headed for consulting and general management careers, although not limited to them). This course focuses on specific concepts, theories and tools that can guide executives entrusted with the task of leading organizational change to successful execution. Among other topics, the course will focus on various change strategies such as leading change, managing cultural change, and mergersor acquisitions, corporate transformation, managing growth, building the customer centric organization, business process outsourcing both from client and provider perspectives, and managing radical organizational change. The perspective of the course is integrative and the focus is on successful execution.
MGMT773001 ( Syllabus )