In this capstone project course, we revisit the strategy controversy at e-Types, introduced in the first course in this specialization, Strategic Management, and further analysed in each of the subsequent courses, Strategy Formulation and Strategy Implementation. After revealing, examining, and analyzing what happened at e-Types, we turn to a new set of strategy cases that range in terms of company size, geography, and focus. For your final project, we ask YOU to apply everything you have learned in this specialization to analyze your choice of one of these four situations.
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來自STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT - CAPSTONE PROJECT的熱門評論
This course presented an incredible opportunity to engage with other learners and build a project based on all of the previous knowledge we received.
This is a very informative program- with real-life cases. Thanks to the team for a wonderful lecture.
Great course! Very useful concepts, it challenges to think strategically upon pondering ideas. I think it would have been useful if some graded assignments where quizzes and no just Peer-Reviewed
Course was extremely current and allowed me to creatively present all my ideas.
關於 战略管理与创新 專項課程
This Specialization explores the evolving world of business strategy, focusing on the increasingly important roles of design, user experience, and innovation in shaping competitive advantage. You’ll learn about concepts such as goal setting, value creation, global integration, and diversification, and you’ll critique classic theories and frameworks in the context of new business realities. In the final Capstone Project, you’ll create and defend a holistic business strategy in response to a realistic case study prompt.