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Spring 2006 MBA Course

B8701-002: HIGH PERFORMNCE LEADERSHP

- 03:15PM to 06:30PM



Spring 2006 MBA Course

B8701-001: HIGH PERFORMNCE LEADERSHP

- 10:00AM to 01:15PM


Fall 2006 MBA Course

B8701-001: HIGH PERFORMNCE LEADERSHP

M - Full Term, 02:15PM to 05:30PM


Spring 2006 MBA Course

B9601-056: RETAILING LEADERSHIP

- 03:15PM to 04:30PM

Though focused upon dimensions of leadership at a CEO level using the retail industry as a backdrop, this course provides practical instruction in issues of leadership of large corporate enterprises. Specifically, this course will cover topics in merchandising, merchandise presentation, product development, marketing, organizational development, and strategic planning and positioning. This course should be very valuable to students who aspire to run a major retail or other corporate entity, and/or who have a leadership interest in consumer marketing organizations and manufacturers who supply the retail industry. The majority topics are presented through exploration of a series of case studies and readings coupled with presentations by accomplished guest speakers who are serving, or have served, at a CEO/COO level in retail and/or marketing and manufacturing organizations.

 

 



Spring 2006 MBA Course

B9601-055: RETAILING LEADERSHIP

- 01:30PM to 02:45PM

Though focused upon dimensions of leadership at a CEO level using the retail industry as a backdrop, this course provides practical instruction in issues of leadership of large corporate enterprises. Specifically, this course will cover topics in merchandising, merchandise presentation, product development, marketing, organizational development, and strategic planning and positioning. This course should be very valuable to students who aspire to run a major retail or other corporate entity, and/or who have a leadership interest in consumer marketing organizations and manufacturers who supply the retail industry. The majority topics are presented through exploration of a series of case studies and readings coupled with presentations by accomplished guest speakers who are serving, or have served, at a CEO/COO level in retail and/or marketing and manufacturing organizations.

 

 


Fall 2006 MBA Course

B9601-055: RETAILING LEADERSHIP

- 02:15PM to 05:30PM

Though focused upon dimensions of leadership at a CEO level using the retail industry as a backdrop, this course provides practical instruction in issues of leadership of large corporate enterprises. Specifically, this course will cover topics in merchandising, merchandise presentation, product development, marketing, organizational development, and strategic planning and positioning. This course should be very valuable to students who aspire to run a major retail or other corporate entity, and/or who have a leadership interest in consumer marketing organizations and manufacturers who supply the retail industry. The majority topics are presented through exploration of a series of case studies and readings coupled with presentations by accomplished guest speakers who are serving, or have served, at a CEO/COO level in retail and/or marketing and manufacturing organizations.

 

 


Fall 2014 PHD Course

B9215-001: (PhD) Incentives and Organization in Firms and Markets

R - Full Term, 09:00AM to 10:50AM

This course is the cross listed from the Economics Department and is the same as G6253. It covers graduate-level research topics in industrial organization and organizational economics. While most of the content is theoretical, great emphasis is placed on the testable implications of the models we study. The course aims to bring students to the research frontier by identifying open research questions and highlighting particularly active research areas. 

The course is divided into three main sections: 
  1. Agency: Career concerns; relational contracts.
  2. Firms: Transaction costs; hold-up problem; communication. 
  3. Industry: Monopoly problem with rational and boundedly rational agents; vertical restraints; procurement.



Fall 2014 PHD Course

B9517-001: (PHD) SINGO Seminar





Fall 2014 PHD Course

B9328-001: (PhD) Empirical Corporate Finance: Topics

W - B Term, 06:00PM to 09:00PM
Location: URI 328




Fall 2014 PHD Course

B9326-001: (PhD) Empir Corp Finance: Methods

W - A Term, 06:00PM to 09:00PM
Location: URI 328




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