Corprate Global Strategy
Final Year Core Assemblage Accumulated & All-around Action Hemis Code: 5J3060 UNIT HANDBOOK 2011/2012 Tutors: Maria Allen Room 901d 0161 247 6527 m. [email protected] ac. uk Carole Forbes Room 901a 0161 247 3830 c. [email protected] ac. uk Dr. Panagiotis Kokkalis Room 808a 0161 247 6641 p. [email protected] ac. uk Rationale Cardinal administration has become an basal apparatus for firms operating in the all-around economy, which is characterised by its aerial akin of affiliation and cross-national operation.
Strategic administration issues chronicle to all aspects of an organisation, including its accord with the ambiance and its centralized processes. Accordingly, a all-inclusive bulk of assay has been conducted and appear in the bookish acreage of cardinal management. Yet, far from assuming a consensus, this abstract is busy by a assortment of approaches, schools of thoughts, and paradigms. Compassionate cardinal administration entails belief acceptable and accepted approaches to accomplishing and comestible aggressive advantage, as able-bodied as evaluating new and nnovative means of organising and strategising in a all-around environment. Aims * To accommodate insights into the concepts apropos to accumulated and all-around action in the ambience of multinational, all-embracing and baby to average enterprises * To analyze the appulse of micro and macro influences on organisational strategising * To accept variables complex in cardinal controlling processes Assemblage Acquirements Outcomes On commutual this unit, you should be able to: 1. Analyze the key accumulated and all-around akin cardinal administration concepts. 2.
Critique the concepts apropos to the accumulated and all-around levels of action in affiliation to a ambit of bunch and baby to average business enterprises. 3. Abstract from the all-around ambiance the key factors active cardinal change. 4. Critically appraise the strategies of a ambit of enterprises complex in both accomplishment and account areas of business. 5. Measure the appulse of all-around drivers on the operation and development of bunch enterprises. 6. Think creatively and advance the adeptness to recognise altered cardinal theories and practices in organisations.
Assessment Coursework 40% absolute one aspect – an alone cardinal assay address assessing acquirements outcomes 2, 4, 5, 6. (See the abrupt below) Examination 60% – assessing acquirements outcomes 1, 2, 3, and 6 Appraisal BA (HONS) BUSINESS MANAGEMENT BA (HONS) BUSINESS STUDIES COMBINED HONOURS CORPORATE AND GLOBAL STRATEGY You are adapted to conduct a cardinal assay of an all-embracing aggregation of your choice. You should accept a aggregation in which you accept worked; accept some knowledge, or one that has a aerial media profile.
If you are in agnosticism about your best of company, argue your tutor. You should use as the focus for your assay a affair taken from the address programme and administer this to your called organisation to attending at the accurate aspects of the action aural that organisation. However, this should be set in the ambience of the broader ambiance in which the organisation operates. It is important that you chronicle accordant abstract frameworks to the empiric advice (data) you accept aggregate in adjustment to analyse, and not alone call the organisation’s strategy.
You should aim to appraise the activity of the firm’s accepted action and accomplish any recommendations for changes to the action that you accede to be appropriate. This analytic address should be no added than 3,500 words in length, should authenticate your adeptness to analyze and administer accordant bookish concepts, theories and models, and should be absolutely referenced application the Harvard referencing arrangement (refer to examples in handbook). Please appear the appointment alertness tutorials (see agenda below) breadth you will be provided with added advice about the adapted agreeable and ambit of the work.
In the accident of a backward submission, university regulations will apply. Acquiescence date: Anniversary basal 16th January 2012 An appraisal pro-forma is absorbed beneath for guidance. MANCHESTER METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY BUSINESS SCHOOL Course: BA (Hons) Business, BA Combined Honors; BA (Hons) Business Studies Year: FinalSubject: Accumulated & All-around Strategy| Assignment: Cardinal AnalysisStudent:Tutor:| Mark:| 1st:(as 2. i +) creative, innovative, bookish depth, amazing affection of work| 2. :competent, complete, acumen & observation, analytic and critical, absolute accuracy | 2. ii:adequate, acceptable coverage, some complete analysis, acceptable flaws | 3rd:just sufficient, some theory, some observation, awry but not declining | Fail:Simply abridged OR absolutely careless OR no assay OR bare material| THE INTRODUCTION sets the scene; and it indicates the areas to be covered, and in what order. | 1st 2. i 2. ii 3rd Fail| | THE LITERATURE/SOURCES/ surveyed is able in bulk and quality, & is accordant to the called topic. 1st 2. i 2. ii 3rd Fail| | The DEPTH OF ANALYSIS is sufficient, with a analytical approach; basal concepts are investigated. No bottomless statements: there is affirmation for abundant arguments. | 1st 2. i 2. ii 3rd Fail| | THE APPLICATION OF RELEVANT MODELS has an adapted focus in the assay of the specific company. | 1st 2. i 2. ii 3rd Fail | | THE CONCLUSIONS, fatigued from the assay are astute and intelligent| 1st 2. i 2. i 3rd Fail| | As an ACADEMIC REPORT, the accent is appropriate, the anatomy is bright and manifest, & actual forms of bookish referencing are used. | 1st 2. i 2. ii 3rd Fail| | Other comments: Teaching and Acquirements Action Acquirements will be through a admixture of lectures, seminars, discussions, account and video material. Acceptance will be encouraged to agitation concepts and administer them to applied business situations and their own business experiences. Lectures will be complemented by seminars in which acceptance accept the pportunity to administer the abstract frameworks that are covered in the lectures and accretion an all-embracing compassionate of alone publications in this area. Seminars will booty the anatomy of accumulation work, apprentice presentations and discussions (focused on arbiter actual and account articles) case studies and feedback. Tutorials The tutorials are advised to accommodate acceptance with the befalling to accretion a added all-embracing compassionate of bookish studies and administer abstract frameworks to the assay of real-world organisations.
Tutorials booty abode every anniversary and usually abide of accumulation altercation and accumulation presentations breadth appropriate. Acceptance will be accepted to adapt for the tutorials by adventure their own assay and accustomed out the appointed reading. Breadth acceptance are allocated a specific article/paper/chapter to prepare, they should summarise it, present the capital credibility and again animadversion on/critique it. To finer appraisal the piece, acceptance should assay and apprehend about the topic.
It is accepted that all acceptance will apprehend and adapt for these tutorials and accord actively to them. The recommended arbiter is Bob de Wit & Ron Meyer ‘Strategy Process, Content’, Context, an All-embracing Perspective’ 4th Edition, Thomson. Some of the appointed basal account capacity will be from this text. However, the recommended arbiter does not awning every aspect of the assemblage and added account from books and account accessories are adumbrated for the accordant topics, to abutment the agreeable of anniversary address and the tutorial discussions.
The afterward programme is apocalyptic only; the order, specific content, activities and allocated readings are accountable to change and amendments. Week/C| Lectures| Tutorials| Basal reading| Term 126 Sept| 1. Introduction to advance aims and objectives, agreeable assay teaching/learning arrangements, appointment and assessmentCarole Forbes/Maria Allen/Panagiotis Kokkalis| No Tutorial| Convenance accessing account accessories from the library cyberbanking assets and Google scholar. Attending for:Porter, M. E. (1996)Whittington, R. 2004)| 3 Oct| 2. Origins and ‘nature’ of Strategy. Panagiotis Kokkalis| Groups forming. Introduction to analytical analysis. | Read: Porter (1996) Whittington (2004)| 10 Oct| 3. Approach of the close and entrepreneurship approach Panagiotis Kokkalis| Origins of action Readings discussion| Origins of action Readings:Porter (1996) Whittington (2004)| 17 Oct| 4. Action formationPanagiotis Kokkalis| Appointment branch 1| Decide on a affair and a companyCHANGE IS EXCLUDED. | 24 Oct| 5.
RBVPanagiotis Kokkalis| Action formationReadings discussion| Action formation. Readings:Mintzberg and McHugh, (1985)| 31 OCT – 4 NOV - RED WEEK| Week/C| Lectures| Tutorials| Basal reading| 7 Nov| 6. Competences and CapabilitiesCarole Forbes| Action FormationReadings discussion| Action FormationReadings:Hodgkinson and Clarke (2007)| 14 Nov| 7. KnowledgePanagiotis Kokkalis| Resource Based ViewReadings altercation | Resource Based ViewReading:Barney (1991)| 21 Nov| 8.
Strategic ThinkingPanagiotis Kokkalis| Competences and CapabilitiesReadings discussion| Competences and CapabilitiesReadings:Teece et. al. (1997)| 28 Nov| 9. LeadershipMaria Allen| Adeptness Based ViewReadings discussion| Kowledge Based ViewReadings:Nonaka (1994)| 5 Dec| 10. The All-embracing ContextMaria Allen| Workshop| Draft report| 12 Dec| No Lectures on this course| Drop In| | 16 DEC – 9 JAN 2012 - CHRISTMAS BREAK| | Lectures| Tutorials| Basal reading| Term2201209 Jan| 11.
Drivers of Globalisation and FDIMaria Allen| Adeptness Based ViewReadings discussion| Adeptness Based ViewReadings:Szulanski (1996)| 16 Jan| 12. Cardinal AlliancesCarole Forbes ASSIGNMENT DUE| LeadershipReadings discussion| LeadershipReadings:Cyert (1990)| 23 Jan| 13. Anatomy of industries and markets and the accepted government and business contextMaria Allen| LeadershipReadings discussion| LeadershipReadings:Case Study: Cardinal Administration and addition at Apple Inc. Heracleous and Papachroni (2009)Page 681 DeWit and Meyer| 30 Jan| 14.
Strategic ChangeCarole Forbes| GlobalisationReadings discussion| GlobalisationReadings:Levitt (1983)| 06 Feb| 15. Action as practice, ANT, CoPPanagiotis Kokkalis| GlobalisationReadings discussion| GlobalisationReadings:Douglas and Wind (1987)| 13 – 17 FEB - RED WEEK| Week/C| Lectures| Tutorials| Basal reading| 20 Feb| 16. Visiting Lecturer or Accumulated Strategy| AlliancesReadings discussion| AlliancesReading:Koza and Lewin (1998)| 05March| 17.
Organisational purpose & StakeholdersCarole Forbes| AlliancesReadings discussion| AlliancesReading:Gulati et al (2000)| 12March| 18. Accumulated Action or Q& ACarole Forbes| Anatomy of industries and marketsReadings discussion| Anatomy of industries and marketsReading:Miller and Friesen (1983) | 19 March| 19. Exam RevisionCarole Forbes| Anatomy of industries and marketsReadings discussion| Anatomy of industries and marketsReading:Selsky et al (2007)| 26 March| 20.
Exam RevisionCarole Forbes| Drop in | | 26 MARCH – 09 APRIL - EASTER VACATION | (The references for the authors apparent in the programme are listed at the end of this handbook) The Recommended Textbook: Bob de Wit & Ron Meyer, Strategy, Process Agreeable Ambience an All-embracing Perspective, Cengage Learning, 4th Ed. Journals Harvard Business Assay Academy of Administration Account Academy of Administration Assay Long Ambit Planning Cardinal Administration Account Recommended Reading
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