21210167 - BUSINESS STRATEGY

Course will provide participants to
1. Understand the strategic decisions that organizations make and have an ability to engage in strategic planning.
2. Explain the basic concepts, principles and practices associated with strategy formulation and implementation.
3. Integrate and apply knowledge gained in basic courses to the formulation and implementation of strategy.
4. Analyze and evaluate critically real life company situations and develop creative solutions, using a strategic management perspective.
5. Conduct and present a credible business analysis in a team setting.
6. Understand the crucially important role that the finance function plays in the setting and implementation of a strategy.

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Mutuazione: 21210167 STRATEGIA D'IMPRESA in Economia e Management LM-77 PEZZI ALBERTO

Programme

The course aims at providing students with a good understanding of the theory and practice of strategic managing an organization, with particular reference to the concepts, tools and contexts of the managerial processes focused on formulating and implementing a strategy. Both the program and the teaching methods will be based on a problem-solving and real-life approach, with the objective of facilitating the development of diagnostic and critical skills, and the ability to selectively apply theories, methods, and techniques to various industry and company contexts.
In details:
1 – Defining and understanding strategic management 2 – External and internal analysis of the environment 3 – Business strategy: formulation, development and control 4 – Corporate strategy: Diversification and management of multiple SBUs 5 – Organization, ownership and collaboration strategies 6 – Financial performance and sustainability of strategy

Core Documentation

ROBERT M. GRANT (2019) Contemporary strategy analysis, John WIley.
The papers published on Moodle are a part of the teaching material.

Type of delivery of the course

The course mainly consists in classroom lectures, case discussions, simulations, and practical exercises; in the second part of the course, selected presentations about real-life experiences will be offered by outside speakers. Frequency optional.

Type of evaluation

90 minutes of written exam organized in 6 questions.

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teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

The course aims at providing students with a good understanding of the theory and practice of strategic managing an organization, with particular reference to the concepts, tools and contexts of the managerial processes focused on formulating and implementing a strategy. Both the program and the teaching methods will be based on a problem-solving and real-life approach, with the objective of facilitating the development of diagnostic and critical skills, and the ability to selectively apply theories, methods, and techniques to various industry and company contexts.
In details:
1 – Defining and understanding strategic management 2 – External and internal analysis of the environment 3 – Business strategy: formulation, development and control 4 – Corporate strategy: Diversification and management of multiple SBUs 5 – Organization, ownership and collaboration strategies 6 – Financial performance and sustainability of strategy

Core Documentation

ROBERT M. GRANT (2019) Contemporary strategy analysis, John WIley.
The papers published on Moodle are a part of the teaching material.

Type of delivery of the course

The course mainly consists in classroom lectures, case discussions, simulations, and practical exercises; in the second part of the course, selected presentations about real-life experiences will be offered by outside speakers. Frequency optional.

Type of evaluation

90 minutes of written exam organized in 6 questions.

PEZZI ALBERTO

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210167 STRATEGIA D'IMPRESA in Economia e Management LM-77 PEZZI ALBERTO

Programme

The course aims at providing students with a good understanding of the theory and practice of strategic managing an organization, with particular reference to the concepts, tools and contexts of the managerial processes focused on formulating and implementing a strategy. Both the program and the teaching methods will be based on a problem-solving and real-life approach, with the objective of facilitating the development of diagnostic and critical skills, and the ability to selectively apply theories, methods, and techniques to various industry and company contexts.
In details:
1 – Defining and understanding strategic management 2 – External and internal analysis of the environment 3 – Business strategy: formulation, development and control 4 – Corporate strategy: Diversification and management of multiple SBUs 5 – Organization, ownership and collaboration strategies 6 – Financial performance and sustainability of strategy

Core Documentation

ROBERT M. GRANT (2019) Contemporary strategy analysis, John WIley.
The papers published on Moodle are a part of the teaching material.

Type of delivery of the course

The course mainly consists in classroom lectures, case discussions, simulations, and practical exercises; in the second part of the course, selected presentations about real-life experiences will be offered by outside speakers. Frequency optional.

Type of evaluation

90 minutes of written exam organized in 6 questions.

PEZZI ALBERTO

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210167 STRATEGIA D'IMPRESA in Economia e Management LM-77 PEZZI ALBERTO

Programme

The course aims at providing students with a good understanding of the theory and practice of strategic managing an organization, with particular reference to the concepts, tools and contexts of the managerial processes focused on formulating and implementing a strategy. Both the program and the teaching methods will be based on a problem-solving and real-life approach, with the objective of facilitating the development of diagnostic and critical skills, and the ability to selectively apply theories, methods, and techniques to various industry and company contexts.
In details:
1 – Defining and understanding strategic management 2 – External and internal analysis of the environment 3 – Business strategy: formulation, development and control 4 – Corporate strategy: Diversification and management of multiple SBUs 5 – Organization, ownership and collaboration strategies 6 – Financial performance and sustainability of strategy

Core Documentation

ROBERT M. GRANT (2019) Contemporary strategy analysis, John WIley.
The papers published on Moodle are a part of the teaching material.

Type of delivery of the course

The course mainly consists in classroom lectures, case discussions, simulations, and practical exercises; in the second part of the course, selected presentations about real-life experiences will be offered by outside speakers. Frequency optional.

Type of evaluation

90 minutes of written exam organized in 6 questions.