Som 498 Syllabus

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[pic] SOM 498: Strategic Management Semester: Spring 2011 Professor: Dr. Yan Ling 222 Enterprise Hall; (703) 993-1821; yling@gmu.edu Course: TR 10:30-11:45am (section 12) TR 1:30-2:45pm (section 06) TR 3:00-4:15pm (section 07) Location: Robinson Hall B203 (section 12) Innovation Hall 206 (section 06) Innovation Hall 136 (section 07) Office Hours: M 10:15-11:45am and anytime by appointment Instructional Instructional Material: (a) Strategic Management and Competitive Advantage, by J. Barney and W. Hesterly (b) Cases available at: http://cb.hbsp.harvard.edu/cb/access/7921121 Course Website Address: Courses.gmu.edu…show more content…
Is this going to be hard? Yes. Are you going to get a significant return on your investment? We think so. As your instructors, we will create an environment that maximizes your potential to thrive in this course. As such, you should plan to spend a significant amount of time on this course and make sure that you are in a position to succeed - i.e., not trying to overload credits, not working 60 hours a week and trying to go to school full time. In other words, we expect that school is your first priority. If you have any questions about whether or not this is a reasonable time to take this course, given your competing non-school responsibilities, your instructor will be happy to sit down with you before the drop/add date to determine if you are in a reasonable position to succeed. Put simply, you are responsible for providing yourself enough time and energy to succeed in this course. Honor Code You probably are already familiar with this, but we expect you to know and follow the GMU honor code. ( http://www.gmu.edu/facstaff/handbook/aD.html ). Specifically, we expect that: A. Exams will be closed book. The use of study aids, memoranda, books, data, or other information is not permissible. B. You will complete original work for this class. Research is important, but you must cite all your sources for all

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