Managing Strategic Change
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- 17 Jul 2023
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After successfully completing this subject, you should be able to:
1. Demonstrate an in-depth knowledge and understanding about the dynamic nature of business organisation and the role of strategy in sustaining competitive advantage.
2. Apply students’ knowledge and practice of strategy to create, implement, demonstrate and evaluate an organisation’s strategy.
3. Critically analyse business cases in developing, implementing, and managing organisational strategy.
4. Apply a range of key strategic management theories and models to interpret, analyse and make recommendations on practical business challenges and problems.
ASSURANCE OF LEARNING
This course evaluates student performance for Assurance of Learning purposes for the program learning objective (PLO): Effectively communicate with diverse audiences through a variety of modes and media.
- 1. Introduction: What is Strategy?
- 2. Strategic Position (1): Macro-environment analysis
- 3. Strategic Position (2): Industry and sector analysis
- 4. Strategic Position (3): Resources and capabilities analysis
- 5. Strategic Position (4): Stakeholder and governance, and institution
- 6. Strategic Choices (1): Business strategy
- 7. Strategic Choices (2): Corporate strategy
- 8. Strategic Choices (3): International strategy
- 9. Strategic Choices (4): Mergers, acquisitions and alliances
- 10. Strategic in Action (1): Strategy evaluation
- 11. Strategic in Action (2): Strategy development process and practice of strategy
- 12. The future of strategy and strategic change
No eligibility requirements
No additional requirements
Business plans and strategies can be formulated and put into play however the dynamic environment of business can change quickly e.g. COVID19. In this course various models and concepts will be examined with the aim of managing strategic change through nimble and agile approaches for organisations and projects e.g. systems thinking approaches where flexible and holistic views are incorporated. Students will examine, critically analyse and evaluate different approaches that may challenge assumptions and implications for creative management practices.
Online Quiz - 20% Presentation - 30% Case analysis report - 50%
- Quiz (20%%)
- Video presentation/pitch (30%%)
- Case analysis report (50%%)
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