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Category > Management Posted 16 Apr 2017 My Price 20.00

Strategy reflected in action

Management Class

Exercise 1

Investigate, research, and write-up a three-page professional analysis of an article about strategy reflected in action.  Describe how an organization's vision and objectives are indicated in its actions.  Is there any connection between vision and objectives and action?  Think-out-of-the-box--are organizations just doing things or is there a purpose, a plan of action, or a perspective that action is intended on fulfilling?  Again provide the citation of the article but NOT a copy of the article.

Exercise 2

Conduct a thorough and professional book analysis on the book: “The Art of War” by Sun Tzu.  What I want from you is a summarized report by a chapter of what the author(s) said in the book. Did the author(s) communicate their ideas very well?  Do you believe that the ideas presented in your chosen book will impact you and your future place of employment? Do you believe that the book is too fluffy (i.e., not containing many concrete ideas or examples) or too stringent (i.e., too rigid in their ideas that the book seems preachy or arrogant)? I would like your analysis to be at least five-to-seven pages in length. 

Exercise 3


Based on your analysis in Exercise 2, you should have a good understanding of what the strategy, leadership or management book was about, who the intended audience was, and the implications the book suggested or provided.  That being said, I am asking you to professionally compare and contrast what was in the book you read to what was (or will be) taught in our MGT 449 course.  First, tell me the three most important strategic issues that you see in the book that is relevant in MGT 449 course.  Second, tell me why these issues are important for a firm, and you, today.  Forecast what would happen to an organization if these issues were not addressed and resolved by the average firm or person.  Finally, how do these issues relate to concepts discussed in other classes you have attended in the NMSU College of Business?  Do you think the issues identified in your book are generalizable to all firms like profit, public, non-profit, and governmental agencies?  Why or why not?  What surprised you about this book and why?  Your response to this exercise should be between seven-to-ten pages in length.


Status NEW Posted 16 Apr 2017 11:04 AM My Price 20.00

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