MBA in Review: 2007 Term 1: Global Strategy

This is probably the class which I skipped the most but learned the most as well...

The course teaches some frameworks which you can use to evaluate companies in an international context, and then the cases are mostly related to developing countries, such as BRIC and a few others. The professor stresses a quantitative approach to case analysis, and we often need to examine the exhibits carefully to find supporting data. This is probably one of the more dense classes in Marshall, but it was definitely worth it.

What I will remember from this class:

International, Global, Multi-domestic, Transnational
Different modes of entry

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