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EMBA Strategy and Innovation Classes: Executive Strategy Curriculum

Global Economics (Core Course)
Basic economic concepts and the ability to apply these concepts to business decision-making and public policy analysis.

Strategic Management (Core Course)
Integrating knowledge of the functional areas of a business to understand how firms gain and sustain a competitive advantage in a globally competitive environment.

Processes of Technological Innovation (MOT)
Addresses the processes involved in technological innovation, focusing on models, sources, flows, and the protection of innovation and intellectual property.

MOT Project I (MOT)
Participants develop and present a proposal for a new technology-based product or service.

MOT Project II (MOT)
Participants execute the concept developed in MOT Project I, including marketing and financial analysis.

MOT Project III (MOT)
Participants complete their MOT project, submit a written report, and present their results to a panel of thought leaders and business experts.

Comparative Systems (Global)
Examines the position of the U.S. in world markets, various types of international business transactions, and the impact of global economic, political, legal, and cultural forces.

Product Strategies for Global Markets (Global)
Covers a systematic overview of the management issues that arise during the process of new product development for global markets.

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Marco Ceccagnoli
Area Coordinator, Associate Professor 
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Jonathan Giuliano
Professor of the Practice 
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Matthew Higgins
Associate Professor, Term Professorship, PhD Coordinator 
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David N. Ku
Regents Professor, Special Chairholder 
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John McIntyre
Professor, Program Director 
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Alexander Oettl
Associate Professor 
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Karthik Ramachandran
Associate Professor