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Introduction to Introduction to Implementing Strategy Implementing Strategy Dr. Nguyen Kiem Than Dr. Nguyen Kiem Than
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Course Design Course Design Implementing strategy is the work of organisations. How well this is done determines its productivity : “the effectiveness of productive effort (Concise Oxford Dictionary) Course Objective: To understand what business leaders (managers at all levels) need to provide and employees need to know and feel, and what tools and support they will require for work to be done most effectively and efficiently and to meet the challenges common in the business environment. We want to build on to the theoretical foundations gained in other MBA courses, and with that as context and underpinning, help you decide what you actually do to make your Company (group/department) implement its strategy as effectively and as efficiently as possible.
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Interactive Participation Interactive Participation Learning Process: Interactive discussions based on readings and practical experiences, leading to consensus conclusions. The aim is for each student to come to their own conclusions about each of the course elements. Most classes will be run as “ executive meetings ” where we will be deciding on a way forward for our Company. Your BOD (the facilitator) has asked you to prepare for the meeting by reading articles provided. It is therefore
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