22 July 2022
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Strategic Management and Leadership
The module presents the integration of three different disciplines (Strategic, Management and Leadership), under an applied philosophy thinking to achieve the impossible. Visions need leadership to develop strategies, the roadmaps through which management coordinates the execution of thoughts and actions. Leaders however must also be philosophers to assess situations with wisdom, ethics, values and rationale. The module presents the philosophy behind each discipline, their integration and their execution through various frameworks, methods, practices, metrics, case studies and examples.
The students will understand the impact of leadership in strategy and the impact of strategy in management. They will be able to work in groups and individually on practical assignments that will help them demonstrate their strategic thinking, leadership characteristics, management skills, but also their philosophy on understanding situations and decision making.
Dr. Evangelos Markopoulos
This is a level one module (equivalent to first year undergraduate). Students must have completed one year of undergraduate study. No prior subject knowledge is required for this module, but students are expected to have a keen interest in the area.
Upon successful completion of this module, students will:
Develop strategic thinking skills, capabilities and competences
Identify leadership traits and adopt leadership types.
Formulate and implement organisational strategies.
Understand the visual way to present strategies via strategy maps, processes, and diagrams.
Perform qualitative and quantitative data analysis on synthesizing corporate strategies.
Critically analyse and evaluate organizational strategies
Select and use relevant strategic management and leadership frameworks; and understand the impact of the life and work of major philosophers in strategy, management and leadership.
7.5 ECTS, 4 US, 15 UCL
GBP 2230: Tuition fees: £2230Register for this course
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