|1.||Critique the current and planned capabilities of a business organisation to provide sustainable practices in a dynamic business setting;|
|2.||Assess the impact of internal and external environmental factors on a business organisations' ability to achieve strategic goals/priorities;|
|3.||Devise and apply selective strategic decision making processes to identify strategic options and develop a strategic plan for a business organisation within a particular cultural or global context, and justify the conclusions and/or recommendations drawn;|
|4.||Reflect upon enhanced personal and professional knowledge, skills and competencies, which contribute to the effective management of organisational resources and critique the role of culture, values and dispositions in achieving specified goals; and|
|5.||Collaboratively prepare and present relevant strategic management knowledge and principles in a clear and coherent manner demonstrating intellectual independence and the initiation and development of new ideas.|
|Presentation||Case Study Presentation (Group)||15%|
|Report||Case Study Report (Group)||30%|
Strategic Management: A Competitive Advantage Approach, Concepts and Cases (16th Ed. Global edition).
David, F.R., & David, F.R. (2017).
USA: Pearson Higher Ed.
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