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CourseCode:14348

CourseTitle:StrategicManagement
Semester:llI
Credit:3
Duration:30 Hours

Institute For Technology & Management


Navi Mumbai, Kharghar

Course Overview:

Strategic management is an integrative course that challenges students to study and experience multi functional
problems that confront top management. The course will allow students to bring together all of their learned
functional skills (i.e., accounting, finance, marketing, etc.) and use them to study organizational problems within
the context of real-world business.
CourseObjectives
On having completed the course, the learner should be able to:

Understand the strategic management model, its components and processes.

Understand the relationship between strategic management and business and corporate objectives and
strategies.

Analyze business cases using the strategic management model to apply the theoretical concepts to real
business situations.

Learnhowtomakebusinessdecisionsbasedonstrategicmanagementanalysis.

CourseContents
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12

Strategic Management and Competitiveness


The External Environment: Opportunities, Threats, Competition, and Competitor Analysis
The Internal Organization: Resources, Capabilities, Competencies, and Competitive Advantages
Business-Level Strategy
Competitive Rivalry and Dynamics
Corporate-Level Strategy
Strategic Acquisition and Restructuring
Global Strategy
Cooperative Implications for Strategy
Corporate Governance and Ethics
Structure and Controls with Organizations
Leadership Implications for Strategy

Chapter 13 Entrepreneurial Implications for Strategy


Pedagogy :
Classroom lectures, Book reviews, movie reviews, discussions, case studies, live projects, assignments,
presentations.
Textbook:
Strategic Management A South-Asian perspective Hitt, Ireland, Hosskinson, Manikutty, Cengage Learning,
New Delhi
References:
Economics of strategy Besanko et al

Strategy and the business landscape Pankaj Ghemawat


Blue ocean strategy
Sessionwise Course outline
Compulsory Reading: Relevant chapters/cases from the prescribed textbook before and after completion of
every session.
Session

Topic Covered

1-2

Introduction to Strategic Management


Organizations and strategy- What is Strategy?

Compulsory Reading
Strategic Focus: Effective Vision &
Mission Statements, Page 20

Strategic Management and competitiveness, Strategic Predicting outcomes of Strategic


Leaders
Dcisions: Profit Pools Page 24

4-5

The External Environment: Opportunities,


Competition, and Competitor Analysis

The Internal Organization: Resources,


Competencies, and Competitive Advantages

Business-Level Strategy

8-9

Competitive Rivalry and Dynamics Industry Analysis 5 Strategic Focus- Big, but a bazaar
forces Model
all the same,
Outcomes of Environment and industry analysis
Page 115

10

Corporate-Level Strategy

Strategic Focus: SIVA Group Page


143

11

Strategic Acquisition and Restructuring

LBOs;
Strategic Focus: Increasing Use of
Acquisition Strategies
Page 160

12

Global Strategy

Opening Case- Page 176;


Strategic Focus- Page 201

13-14

Cooperative Implications for Strategy

Opening Case- Page 206


Strategic Focus- Page 213 & 219

15-16

Structure and Controls with Organizations

Cas-e CISCO Evaluation


Page 256
Strategic Focus: HP Page 267

17-18

Leadership & Entreprenuerial Implications for Strategy

Strategic Focus:

Threats, Competitor Intelligence

Capabilities, Chapter 3
Core Competency Page 66
Chapter 4
Case: Bajaj Auto Page 80

Competitiveness Page 309


Twitter Page 314
19-20

Project/Comprehensive Case Study Presentation