The course makes use of research and development approach to learning, with emphasis on both independent study and teamwork and an analytical approach to learning. Except the first kick-off meeting, the course is otherwise virtual.
Minzberg H. - Ahlstrand B. - Lampel J, 1998. Strategy Safari. Prentice Hall. Marting R. - Lafley A.G., 2013. Playing to win: how strategy really works. Harvard Business Review Press. W. Chan Kim - Renee Mauborgne. 2005. Blue Ocean Strategy. Additional, recommended readings and journal articles listed in Moodle. Other selected materials and cases provided by the teacher(s) as handouts.
The assignments of the course are linked to individual learner's own work.
Students’ backgrounds and work environments will bring an international perspective to the course. Internationality is present through teamwork, books, articles and assignments. The topic of the assignment is related with the internationalization.
26.10.2020 - 18.12.2020
Individual assignment: Weekly learning diary Team assignment: Strategic analysis of a chosen company/organization, including
15.06.2020 - 30.10.2020
Week Topics 1st Kick-off for the course at the Pasila campus (or in Zoom): content, assignments + virtual working methods and platforms (recorded Skype/Teams meetings and discussions) 2nd Strategic Planning 3rd Positioning vs. Continuous Adaptation 4th Entrepreneurship and Strategy 5th Principles of Execution, Innovation and Strategy 6th Scorecards/Tools and Management Systems 7th Disruptive Strategies 8th Presentations of the teamwork (link to a video)
If a student would like to proceed according to the RPL process s(he) should contact the instructor of the course during the pre-enrolment week or latest when attending the first lecture.
According to the HH's course feedback procedures.
15 - 40
Assessment components and their respective weights
• Individual assignments: 30 %
• Strategic analysis of a selected company/organization (teamwork; report and video presentation):
All components need to be passed. There will be no extra assignments given to compensate absence.
LEBUM Degree Programme in Leading Business Transformation