Jeffrey A. Krug
Assistant Teaching Professor, Assistant Teaching Professor, Program Coordinator
Jeffrey A. Krug is program director for the Master's in Strategic Management and Executive Leadership (SMExL) program and an assistant teaching professor of management and organization.
Mergers and Acquisitions
Innovation and Technology
MLE, Institute for Management and Leadership in Education, Harvard, 2017
Ph D, Strategic Management, Indiana University-Bloomington, 1993
MS, International Business, The Pennsylvania State University, 1984
BA, Economics, The Pennsylvania State University, 1982
MBADM 571 – GLOBAL STRAT MGMT (3)
Integrating multiple functional business areas to resolve global business problems and improve organizational performance.As the capstone course in the online MBA program, this course covers the study of strategic management, and is designed to integrate many of the components and key concepts that students have studied throughout the core curriculum. This course will enable students to develop skills to deal with complex situations, identify and evaluate alternative courses of actions for their organizations, and communicate their assessments and recommendations succinctly yet comprehensively.This course centers on factors that influence the competitive behavior and performance of the firm and the major focus throughout is firm success. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to describe, analyze, explain, and apply strategy concepts and techniques to virtually any type of organization, business or otherwise, in its pursuit of competitive advantage. More importantly, students will be prepared to think logically and critically about actual strategic situations that managers confront. By the conclusion of this course, students will be able to take a strategic manager's perspective to resolve business problems and issues with the goal of improving their organizations' performance.
MIS 446 – It Bus Strat (3)
Provide student with broad understanding of global information systems utilization and management in modern organizations.