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Successful decision making is based on three key pillars: strategy, law and ethics. After taking this course you will be able to use a practical framework based on these three elements to make successful business, personal and leadership decisions. This course opens with an example of a leadership decision: President Barack Obama’s strategic decision to capture or kill Osama bin Laden. The course then shows how the three elements can be used to prevent a tragedy when making a personal decision. The rest of the course focuses on making successful business decisions.  In essence, to achieve business and career success, you must create value (strategy) and manage risk (law) in a responsible manner (ethics). Because the Law Pillar plays a central role in the three pillar model, the course includes practical legal briefings (with many examples) on the key elements of business success. Specifically, the course shows you how to: • attract the best employees, • develop successful products, • create new business models, • protect intellectual property, • create contracts that achieve business goals, and • use dispute resolution processes that improve business relationships. Using a global perspective, the course also provides an introduction to international business culture for learners from the United States, and an introduction to the U.S. business culture for learners from outside the U.S....

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AJ

Aug 04, 2016

Mind blowing. Though i was somewhat aware of these aspects of Strategy, Law & Ethics, but were pleasantly enlightened by the course material that had organised my thoughts more clearly. Thanks a ton.

VV

May 16, 2018

Content wise the Strategic, Law and Ethics Model is good. Very Informative and covers almost all the Ethics and Laws in terms of Products, Goods, Public Laws.

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автор: Bogoslovskaia E

Nov 16, 2016

Very interesting and useful course!

автор: Volodymyr H

May 15, 2018

It's very useful !

автор: VIRGAUX

Oct 16, 2017

Best MOOC so far !

автор: Pooja Y

May 30, 2018

Great content

автор: kouassi y r

Oct 31, 2017

Great course.

автор: kavya_nikhita

May 30, 2020

best course

автор: SUNDEEP V

May 04, 2020

very useful

автор: 刘万吉

Apr 23, 2017

pretty good

автор: MD S M A

May 22, 2020

Excellient

автор: PHEYLER V G

Nov 25, 2019

excellent!

автор: Godwin N

May 03, 2018

WELL DONE

автор: Zain I

Dec 12, 2018

Amazing!

автор: Beresford A D

Aug 09, 2016

This course is essential for executives without accounting or law as proficiencies in their portfolios. Taking this "Three Pillar Model for Business Decisions: Strategy, Law & Ethics," prepare a manager to go about the business delivery with all those conceptual tools he needs to get his job done, running the business. As an IT and Music Analytics business person, I find this Coursera and Michigan University course offering essentially to making proper decisions. Problem I find though an excellent course is that the book: “ Three Pillar Models for Business Decisions: Strategy, Law & Ethics,” carries no INDEX that would help to pass the final exam quickly as time and effort is most important for us busy bodies. I could design a watch from this “Three Pillars . . . ,” course.

автор: Ibrahim W

Oct 12, 2017

Great

автор: Pablo F

May 22, 2020

I

автор: Nikita P

Oct 08, 2016

Unfortunately, "Strategy pillar" and "Ethics pillar" are observed in far less details than "Law pillar" here. Thus, this course is good mostly for people who are interested in American law basics.

автор: Ricardo J O

Jul 22, 2016

Bad learning experience. Materials were reasonable, but the slides for the course were not made available, no one answered questions on the discussion forums related to the course content and the only additional resources provided were to buy a book from the instructor...