Unit Name Strategic Management
RQF Level 7
The course is designed specifically not only to introduce students with key strategy concepts but also aims to help students to integrate and apply their prior learning to various business situations.
The course emphasizes the value and process of strategic management. In addition to familiarizing students with new subject matter, students are expected to integrate and apply their prior learning to strategic decision making in organisations. The Strategic Management course is designed to explore an organisation’s vision, mission, examine principles, techniques and models of organisational and environmental analysis, discuss the theory and practice of strategy formulation and implementation such as corporate governance and business ethics for the development of effective strategic leadership.
The Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of this unit a learner will be able to:
1 Define and explain concepts, frameworks, and techniques of international strategic management
2 Illustrate the types of Strategic Formation
3 Execute the Strategic Implementation
It is recommended to read at least the textbook
Gregory G. Dess, GT Lumpkin , Alan Eisner:
Strategic Management : Text and Cases ,
McGraw-Hill/Irwin. ISBN: 007-3530417