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Comentários e feedback de alunos de Estratégia de Negócios Avançada da instituição Universidade da Virgínia

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Sobre o curso

Advance your strategic analysis skills in this follow-up to Foundations of Business Strategy. In this course, developed at the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia, you'll learn the tools to analyze strategy across time (competitive dynamics), industries (corporate strategy), geographies (international strategy), and institutions (non-market strategy). Top-ranked faculty will introduce the tools you need to complete a comprehensive evaluation and understand the strategy dynamics of an industry: Competitive Lifecycle, Internationalization and Stakeholder Analyses, and Diversification Matrices....

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S

19 de jul de 2021

Very helpful course for understanding the advanced strategy and tools which we can use to analyse the business strategy. Simply explanied and undestandable for each and every people around the world.

AS

10 de nov de 2017

Great Course and excellent insight about strategy approach for any business. Its has really given a full overview about business strategy approach.\n\nThanks for professors to design such module.

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176 — 181 de 181 Avaliações para o Estratégia de Negócios Avançada

por Michael V

1 de ago de 2017

Some interesting information given in this course. But I think the overall quality and use of the same nomenclature throughout the material can be improved.

por Mahimn B

27 de mar de 2018

it was a good course however there could be areas of improvement

por Feras A

21 de jul de 2021

more activities and exercises would be better

por Gokul P

9 de ago de 2020

The quizzes were jumbled up

por ban h

21 de jun de 2019

You have to finish all course before 3 weeks at least.

This is only 4 weeks program but grading takes 3 weeks!

por Brieuc A

21 de jun de 2019

Very light on content and ideas. This course rarely elevates itself above the realm of mundane business chitchat. I wouldn't be disappointed, but calling this "advanced" is frankly pushing things a bit too far.