This unit explores how strategy is formulated, implemented and evaluated. Strategic management concepts, frameworks and tools are applied to organizational case studies. Current debates in strategic management are evaluated for their relevance to strategists in a range of organizational contexts.
|Academic unit||Strategy, Innovation and Entrepreneurship|
|Completion of at least 40 credit points|
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