BS 320 - Strategic Management

This course’s primary objective is to introduce you to the most important analytical tools and concepts used in Strategic Management.

The course is organized in three parts: the first part will cover the foundational elements of the strategic thinking; the second part will cover the strategic options and finally the third part will introduce and treat the Change Management theories and processes. In order to ensure relevance of the knowledge acquired, each analytical tool and concept will be introduced by referring to real-world business situations and concrete cases.

The questions that we will tackle together throughout the semester are the following ones: How to craft a strategic thinking? What are the important tools to master for achieving a strategic analysis? What are the ‘appropriate’ strategic choices to make to develop and sustain superior value creation? How to ensure an efficient implementation of the strategic options for reaching expected business outcomes? How should organizations manage change?

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