This course is designed to give students an advanced understanding of strategic management concepts, research, and theories as applied in a strategic security environment. Students completing this course will be able to identify central issues/problems in these cases and present well-supported recommendations for future actions in support of organizational objectives. They will be able to coordinate and manage projects drawing upon a wide range of agency and disciplinary cultures and outlooks, while providing senior decision- and policy-makers with objective, timely information as well as sound recommendations and options. Students will develop strategies to keep teams highly motivated, and enhance leadership skills through interpersonal communication and time management.
Produce well-researched recommendations and sound options for future actions in support of organizational security objectives.
Understand and select from a variety of theories in human psychology, organizational behavior, and group dynamics what best works to inspire security teams.
Analyze and assess strategic-level leadership positions and current organizational and systemic programs within the national security structure.
Evaluate organizational theory methodologies and systems that best motivate teams and positively impact security.
Establish a common leadership vision and demonstrate effective communication within the context of strategic security leadership to stakeholders at all levels.
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