Strategic Management – SPHA 561

Regardless of what role you envision yourself holding in an organization, a solid understanding of strategy is essential if you are going to contribute to major decisions.

SPHA 561 Strategic Management (MHA Year Two) will prepare students to develop a managerial approach to analyzing broad business problems and developing strategies that create competitive advantages. Students will analyze case studies, decide on a strategy for an organization and lead the execution of both a comprehensive strategic plan and a business plan.

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Instructor Profile

Dr. Daniel Skarlicki

Dr. Daniel Skarlicki

Dr. Daniel Skarlicki

Edgar Kaiser Professor and Chair, Organizational Behaviour, Sauder School of Business

Dr. Skarlicki is the Edgar Kaiser Professor of Organizational Behaviour at the Sauder School of Business, where he teaches courses in Leadership Development and Negotiation. He is an Academic Co-Director and teaches in the Physician Leadership Program at the Sauder School of Business, and is a visiting professor at HEC in Paris. He has taught executive programs in organizations across North and South America, Europe and Asia. His clients include Cathay Pacific, the Government of Canada, VanCity and Glaxo. An active educator, he has won numerous teaching and research awards.