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1.1.1.Introduction :
1.1.2 Deliberateness of Strategy:
1.2.1. Introduction
1.2.2. Examples of SMART objectives:
1.2.3 Objectives of growth:
1.2.5 Objectives of delivering Value:
1.3.1 Mission
1.3.3 Goals and objectives:
1.4.1 LEVELS OF STRATEGY:
1.4.2 Functional-Level Strategy:
1.4.3 Process of Internal Analysis
1.4.4 Identification of Major Functional Areas:
1.5.1 Introduction:
1.5.2 Formal Versus Informal Scanning:
1.5.3 Industry Analysis
1.5.4 Financial analysis
1.6.1 Introduction:
1.6.2 Effective SWOT analysis
1.6.3 Compiling a PEST analysis:
1.6.4 Developing SWOT analysis:
1.6.5 SWOT Analysis of Indian Pharmaceutical Sector:
2.1.1 Evolution of Strategic
2.1.4.3 James Moore:
2.1.5 Evolution of market related strategies:
2.2.1 Introduction
2.2.2. Values That Support Successful Strategic Planning:
2.2.3 Difference between strategic planning and long range planning
2.2.4 Strategic Planning Model:
2.2.5. The MacMillan Matrix for Competitive Analysis of Programs:
2.2.6 Standard Format for a Strategic Plan:
2.3.1 Resource for formulation strategy:
2.3.2. Success of Wal-Mart:
2.4.1 Introduction:
2.4.2 Attributes of the phases of PLC:
2.4.3 Types of projects:
2.4.4. Typical Project Management Life Cycle:
2.4.5. The four C’s project management:
2.4.6 Standard Project Problem:
2.5.1 Introduction
2.5.2. Objective of Resources Development:
2.5.3 Types of portfolio planning:
2.5.4 Benefits of portfolio planning:
2.5.5. Peter Drucker on portfolio planning:
2.5.6 Boston Consulting Group Matrix
2.5.7 GE Nine Cell Matrix:
2.5.8. Directional policy matrix (DPM)
2.5.9. Business Profile matrix:
2.5.10. Designing a portfolio:
2.6.1 Introduction:
2.6.3 Complexity of decision making:
2.6.5 Deterministic versus Probabilistic Models:
2.6.6. Structural Modeling
2.6.7 Advantages of using the modeling approach to problem solving:
2.6.8. Analytical Modeling Process for Decision - Making
3.1.1 Introduction
3.1.2 The need for Stability strategy:
3.1.4 Reasons for Stability Strategy:
3.1.5 Examples:
3.1.6. Types Of Stability Strategy
3.2.1. Introduction:
3.3.1. Introduction
3.3.2 Retrenchment strategy in schools:
3.3.3 Retrenchment strategy in service sector:
3.3.4. Retrenchment in non-profit organization:
3.4.1. Introduction:
3.4.2. The elements in a Turnaround Strategy:
3.4.3 Recent Industrial Sickness – Turnaround Strategies
3.4.4.1 Organizational restructuring:
3.4.4.2. Portfolio Restructuring
3.4.5 Understanding Value as a turnaround strategy:
3.4.6 Turnaround Management Process:
3.5.1 Introduction
3.5.2 Different types of diversification strategies:
4.1.1 Introduction:
4.1.2 Dangers of M & A:
4.1.3 Examples of M&A in India:
4.1.4 Growth based on M&A:
4.1.5. Size and M & A
4.2.3. Areas of concern for Amalgamations:
4.2.4 Procedural Aspects of amalgamation:
4.2.5 Reasons for amalgamation:
4.2.6 Amalgamation Evolution in India:
4.2.7 Example of Amalgamation:
4.3.1 Introduction
4.3.2 Types of Joint Ventures:
4.3.3 Indian joint Venture’s Abroad:
4.3.4 Advantage
4.3.5 Disadvantages:
4.3.6 Motivation for Joint Venture Formation:
4.4.1 Introduction:
4.4.2 Developing corporate culture:
4.4.3 Adapting to changing environment:
4.5.1 Introduction:
4.5.2. Developments in Line-Staff functions:
4.5.3 Strategic for different levels:
4.6.1 Introduction:
4.6.2 Phases and level of organizational change:
5.1.1 Introduction:
5.1.2 The Strategy Implementation Process:
5.1.4 Internal Implementation
5.2.1 Introduction:
5.2.2. How elements are used for corporate strategies?
5.3.1 Introduction:
5.3.2. Theories of Leadership
5.3.3 The Most Recent Approaches to Leadership
5.3.4 Organization culture:
5.4.1 Introduction:
5.4.2. Hypercompetition
5.4.3 The new 7S’s :
6.1.1 Introduction
6.1.2 Benefits of ERP:
6.1.3 Reasons for ERP implementation:
6.1.4 The cost of ERP:
6.1.5 Reasons for possible failure of ERP:
6.1.6 Organizing ERP projects:
6.1.7. Fitting ERP with e-commerce:
6.2.1 Introduction:
6.2.2. iBaan:
6.2.3. Baan Consulting:
6.2.4 Services and resources:
6.2.5 Benefit of Baan:
6.2.6 Application management
6.3.1 Introduction:
6.3.2 e-Applications:
6.3.4 Enterprise Intelligence:
6.3.5 Enterprise Asset Management Solutions:
6.4.1 Introduction
6.4.3 The cost of SAP:
6.4.4 The Software:
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