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PATTIES FOOD LTD
Module 1: INTRODUCTION TO STRATEGY AND LEADERSHIP
Key questions Concepts/Models/approaches that can be used to answer the key questions: Applicability / Case facts support
What are the forces behind globalisation Competitive forces 4&20 products to US and halal for Asia Technological forces Social forces AFL Sponsorship Political forces
What are the challenges and benefits of globalisation Challenges (competition, distribution, macro-economic, socio-economic, financial, legal, physical, political, socio-cultural, labour, globalisation of Risk) Benefits (cost, timing, learning, arbitrage)
What are the ways strategy can be developed? Processual Rational Seems to fit in this situation Evolutionary Systemic Family members on the board could influence cultural values etc. Fuzzy
What’s included in a strategy development process and strategic planning? Defining organisational purpose (Where are we going?) External and internal environment analyses (What is the gap between where we are now and where we want to be?) Formulating and implementing strategy(How do we get there? And what are the financial aspects of value creation?)
What are the three levels of strategy? Corporate Strategy Framework Business Functional
What kinds of leadership style and approaches are there? Situational Transformational Transactional
How does ethics and corporate social responsibility influence strategy? The classical view The socio-economic view Module 2: UNDERSTANDING THE EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT
Key questions Concepts/Models/approaches that can be used to answer the key questions: Applicability / Case facts support
What is the “industry” of analysis? How can it be defined? How broad or narrow is it? Industry Definition Branded frozen food wholesale / Food and Grocery Manufacturing
What’s the typical way…...

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