Experiential Management Consulting Practices: BA UG 30213 (3 credits)
In this course you will collaborate with a premiere professional association tackling 3 separate, real-world issues affecting prominent organizations. The strategies developed during this course could significantly impact the organizations and the industry as a whole.
Experiential Management Consulting Practices is a course that will provide students with an understanding of, and experience with, how critical thinking and an integrated approach towards multiple business disciplines are utilized within the major businesses and Industries.
This course will be developed and delivered in collaboration with a professional association which represents an entire industry. The progression of activities will enable students to apply learning from previous coursework, as well as approaches shared by this world-class professional-association, as they undertake the process of assembling various elements (strategy, decision making, leadership, process management, risk analysis, valuation, and implementation targets and timelines) on 3 separate “live” problems/opportunities engagements large organizations within a very important American Industry. T
he outcomes that are determined by the development of these strategies could have significant implications which are broad (regional, national, and international) in reach for these organizations as well as an entire industry.
This course will be developed & delivered in collaboration with a consulting association for an entire industry. The CEO and various other members of the organization as well as their strategic partners will be directly involved in this course.
Previous course partners included:
Course Details: Experiential Management Consulting Practices: BA UG 30213 (3 credits)
Notre Dame junior and senior business students, regardless of their concentration, are encouraged to enroll in this course as it is not limited to simply those interested in consulting. Enrollment in this course will allow students to sharpen their ability to apply various disciplines to create an integrated approach to successfully generate business growth and value. In this course the consulting association will also share how they, as an organization, go about this type of work.
In addition, various articles, white papers, and other consulting practices reading will be shared, as required readings, with the students enrolled in the course.
Class Meets Fall Semester 2016:
Fridays, from 12:30 PM until 3:15 PM (each Friday from August 26th, 2016 through December 2nd, 2016)
*Please Note: For this course, the partnering corporations or organizations may require that each participating student enter into an agreement that would affect the rights the student would otherwise have, pursuant to the University’s Intellectual Property Policy, in the work that the student produces as part of the course. A partnering corporation or organization also may require that each participating student enter a non-disclosure agreement that would limit the student’s ability to share, with third parties, information provided to the student in connection with the course. Please be aware that this course may involve such agreements.