- Pricing Strategy. It seems I learned most things before mid term. After that, we focused more on how to get final project and presentation done. It's good to work in an efficient team so that we finished the project two weeks before semester ends, which was earlier than most other teams.
- Industy Analysis. Rumor from last year students about this class was this is the best course Carlson has. Even though the test would be considered as too picky, I think it still has some value points. Basically, there are two questions need to ask when making corporate strategy. 1. Does it add value? 2. Do we have to own it to appropriate that value? By analyzing different cases, answer to those questions is "it depends." Depends on the resources a company has, and the goal of a company. Advice for group project: choose M&A issue!
- Quality Management and Six Sigma. It is an introduction course for six sigma. Going through almost every concept about quality management. At least, giving some concepts about what to do at different stages. And, it seems that the critical factor affecting final six sigma result is culture.
- Golf. Keep working on it.
- Ethic. It is a required class!
What I leaned in this semester
I registered around 16 credits this semester, which means I need only 9 more to graduate. Here are the classes I had this semester.