Course: Strategic Management

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Course title Strategic Management
Course code KMG/MSTMA
Organizational form of instruction Lecture + Lesson
Level of course Master
Year of study not specified
Semester Winter
Number of ECTS credits 6
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course Compulsory
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
Lecturer(s)
  • Celer Čeněk, doc. Ing. CSc.
Course content
1. The importance of strategic management. 2. Strategic management process. 3. Business strategy hierarchy. 4. Strategic starting points. 5. Strategic analysis of the environment. 6. Forecast of market development. 7. Analysis of stakeholder expectations. 8. Strategic analysis of the internal environment of the enterprise and institution. 9. Summary of analyzes of environment and indoor environment. 10. Managing the process of designing and formulating the strategy. 11. Selection and implementation of the strategy. 12. Development of strategies in terms of internationalization and globalization. 13. Strategy evaluation and strategic controlling.

Learning activities and teaching methods
unspecified, unspecified
  • unspecified - 39 hours per semester
  • unspecified - 52 hours per semester
  • unspecified - 26 hours per semester
  • unspecified - 39 hours per semester
Learning outcomes
This course focuses on deepening competencies in the area of long-term planning and direction of the organization as a whole or part of it. Emphasis is placed in particular on the definition of objectives and the determination of how to achieve them.
After attendance in course the student will be able to: -use the most important aspects and attributes of strategy and use basic principles of strategic thinking; -determine the position of analysis, implementation and audit in model of strategic management; -distinguish sequential from repeated character of strategic management; -use methods PEST in the strategic analysis and apply the method SWOT in the strategic analysis correctly; -find the relation between mission and goals of company and its values; -as a follow-up to mission and values to formulate the vision correctly and find suitable measure to achieve the goal; -be knowledgeable in hierarchical structure of company strategies and choose the correct compettive strategy; -test formulated strategies from the point of view of suitability, acceptability and feasibility.
Prerequisites
None

Assessment methods and criteria
unspecified
Participation in lectures and exercises is recommended but not compulsory. The rating is not counted. The rating will be standardized based on the following requirements: Inclusion a) Case studies on exercises - for one performance: 1-2 points (according to the difficulty of the solution, the depth, the originality and the quality of the performance); b) Managing two intermediate tests (at the time of exercise) - each: 5 questions, open answer, 15 minutes - when 100% success rate of both tests is achieved: 40 points (ie for each correct answer 4 points) c) Presentation of the selected topic on the exercise: max. 30 points For each continuous test, one term will be announced and no participation in it, or a smaller success rate (according to your own judgment) will be possible to replace / fix only once within the specified time - the last week of the semester lessons - at the time of the last exercise. last lectures. The resulting test scores are not cumulative, and a better result is counted. The topic of the presentation is chosen by the student at the first exercise according to the offer, including the mandatory deadline for the performance. It is supposed to apply the basics of strategic management to a particular organization. The originality, depth of application, presentation and form of presentation (eg ppt) are evaluated within 10-15 minutes while respecting the APA standard. In the event of non-compliance with the presentation deadline, it may be submitted in a printed text format min. 10 standard pages (in text editor - ie, continuous text - according to APA, not printed images) at the latest in the penultimate week of the semester - maximum 10 points. The credit must be at least 55 points. Exam Exam test - 10 questions with open answers - 40 min; one correct answer 10 points, maximum 100 points Rating: excellent (1): min. 90 points very good (2): 89-75 points good (3): 74-55 points failed (4): 54-0 points No aids and materials are allowed in tests (and on-going).
Recommended literature
  • Blažek, L. (2011) Management: organizování, rozhodování, ovlivňování. Praha: Grada..
  • Forman, Z. & Klaban, V. (2011) Řízení podniku v krizi v podmínkách globálního trhu. Brno: Rašínova vysoká škola..
  • Fotr, J., Vacík, E., Souček, I., Špaček, M. & Hájek, S. (2012) Tvorba strategie a strategické plánování. Teorie a praxe. Praha: Grada..
  • Hanzelková, Al., Keřkovský, M., Mathauser, M. & Valsa, O. (2013) Business strategie. Krok za krokem. Praha: Beck..
  • Lhotský, J. (2014) Strategický management: jak zajistit budoucí úspěch podniku. Brno: Computer Press..
  • Srpová, J., Svobodová, I., Skopal, P. & Orlík, T. (2011) Podnikatelský plán a strategie. Praha: Grada..
  • Zuzák,R. (2011) Strategické řízení podniku. Praha:Grada..


Study plans that include the course
Faculty Study plan (Version) Branch of study Category Recommended year of study Recommended semester
Faculty of Social and Economic Studies Economics and Management (A) Economy 2 Winter