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Introduction to Strategic Management. Successfully formulate and implement value-creating strategy Based on (sustainable) competitive advantage To earn above-average returns To create value for stakeholders. Introduction to Strategic Management. Strategic Management Process

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introduction to strategic management
Introduction to Strategic Management

Successfully formulate and implement value-creating strategy

  • Based on (sustainable) competitive advantage
  • To earn above-average returns
  • To create value for stakeholders
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Introduction to Strategic Management

Strategic Management Process

  • Strategic Inputs: Internal and External Scanning
  • Strategic Actions: Formulation and implementation of strategy
  • Strategic Outcomes: Above, at or below average returns
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Introduction to Strategic Management

From Organizational Vision to Tactical Steps

  • Define the Organization:
    • Vision
    • Mission Statement
  • Understand the Operating Environment
    • External Environment (Threats and Opportunities)
    • Internal Conditions (Strengths and Weaknesses)
  • Determine Strategic Alternatives
  • Formulate Strategy (long term)
  • Implement Strategy through Tactics (short term)
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Introduction to Strategic Management

SWOT Analysis

External Analysis – EFAS Matrix (Chapter 3)

Internal Analysis - IFAS Matrix (Chapter 4)

Strategy Formulation

Alternative Strategies – TOWS Matrix (Chapter 5)

Corporate Strategy (Chapter 6)

Functional Strategy (Chapter 7)

Strategy Implementation

Organizing (Chapter 8)

Staffing (Chapter 9)

Evaluating (Chapter 10)

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Introduction to Strategic Management

The New Competitive Landscape

The Global Economy

  • Movement of goods, services, capital/financing, technology and innovation, information, and people across borders
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Introduction to Strategic Management

The New Competitive Landscape

The Global Economy

Competitive Implications

  • Managing supply and logistics (raw materials, components manufacturing, assembly, distribution)
  • Adaptation-standardization decisions in management practices and marketing programs
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Introduction to Strategic Management

The New Competitive Landscape

Technology and Technological Change

  • Increasing Rate of Change
  • Increasing Rate of Diffusion

Competitive Implications

  • Impact of Technology Convergence.
  • Application of Nanotechnology.
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Introduction to Strategic Management

The New Competitive Landscape

Information Intensity

  • Declining costs
  • Increasing accessibility

Knowledge Intensity (Information, Intelligence, Expertise)

  • Increasing proportion of shareholder value
  • Strategic Flexibility, Capacity to Learn & Reorient
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Introduction to Strategic Management

The New Competitive Landscape

Information and Knowledge Intensity

Competitive Implications

  • Knowledge management systems (SAP)
  • Control versus flexibility (strategic alliances)
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Introduction to Strategic Management

Mission of Firm

Clearly articulate 3-5 year plan of firm

Identify:

  • The industry(ies) it wishes to participate in
  • How it wishes to participate
    • Marketing mix (product, price, place, promotion
    • Customer “wants and needs” it will serve
    • Position it will hold in its chosen markets
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Introduction to Strategic Management

Mission is:

  • What is the ultimate accomplishment – goal for the firm?
  • Usually stated in the “eyes” of the customers and key stakeholders
  • “How” it is achieved (core competencies of the firm)
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Introduction to Strategic Management

Examples of Vision and Mission Statements

  • Vision: S C Johnson
  • Mission Statement: Proctor & Gamble
  • Dilbert’s Mission Statement Generator
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Introduction to Strategic Management

What leads to a formulating a new strategy?

  • New CEO
  • External intervention
  • Threat of change in
  • ownership
  • Performance gap
  • Strategic inflection point

Stimulus

for change

in

strategy

Triggering

events

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Introduction to Strategic Management

Strategy: Levels and Dynamics

  • Corporate: general perspective towards growth and management of various business units, product lines, functional areas
  • Business: Strategic Business Units (SBUs), focus on improvement of competitive position of products and services
  • Functional: focus on marketing, R & D, etc. to achieve SBU and overall corporate objectives.
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Introduction to Strategic Management
  • Corporate goals and objectives include:
    • Profitability (net profits)
    • Growth (increase in total assets, etc.)
    • Utilization of resources (ROE or ROI)
    • Market leadership (market share)
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Introduction to Strategic Management

Intended Strategy

Deliberate Strategy

Realized Strategy

Unrealized Strategy

Emergent Strategy

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Introduction to Strategic Management

The Importance of Stakeholders

Capital Market Stakeholders - shareholders and major suppliers of firm’s capital

Product Market Stakeholders - primary customers, suppliers, host communities, and unions

Organizational Stakeholders - employees (managerial and non-managerial)

Societal Stakeholders - environmental and social responsibility organizations