Business strategy is a choice of how the leaders will take the challenges and identifies the opportunities to fulfill the customers’ needs and requirements, and strive to surpass their competitor. In this quick demand changing external environment, it is important for the leader to consider and formulate a strategy that is clear and compelling. The strategy has to be constantly fine-tuned in response to market conditions. SWOT and PEST analysis can be helpful to assist the leader in formulating an appropriate strategy. A strategy can manifest themselves in many ways, autocratic style; this autocratic style strategy is where the employers giving order to the employee about what their employees need to do as well as how to do it without asking for the employees’ advice and opinions. This strategy is useful when the leader has more knowledge and information to deal with the problem (however, this is the rare case), or when the time allow to asking for opinion and solution is running short. Strategic leadership as vision; this is where the leader create the vision to guide the path and direction of the organization. Strategic leadership as the embodiment of strategy; these leader acts as the organization figure-head without setting any goal, objectives or direction. Technically, this is not a leadership, however, the figure head can still be consider as a leader, for example, the “Agong” (King) of Malaysia is still viewed as a leader even though they provides no guidance and leadership function. Strategic leadership as decision making; these leader believe in people, they increase participation, support, share information. The leader weighs the opinions from others, and makes decision in the investment or resource allocation. There are four ways of looking at strategy issues differently and raise new issues and solution: design lens, experience lens, variety / idea lens, and discourse lens. Strategy as design lens is the view that strategy formulation is deliberate positioning through rational, analytic, structured and directive process. This approach is high on…
communications, BUAD 301 calls for a more detailed and careful analysis of a broad range of business cases and the cogent synthesis of appropriate solutions, with an ongoing sense of what is the most ETHICAL path to follow in any given case.
Each week you will be asked to work on a business case and produce a satisfactory response to the task at hand.
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This module will provide students with knowledge of the fundamental concepts, theories and principles of marketing. It will explore the growth and development of marketing and its application. It delivers an essential foundation from which to develop an appreciation and understanding of the discipline of marketing.
1. To familiarise students with the fundamental concepts, principles and theories of marketing.
2. To enable students to appreciate the underlying principles…
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future success of accounting students. This paper reports on a budgetary interview exercise
that helps students develop as intentional learners. Students select
a government or non-proﬁt agency to investigate, arrange an interview with an agency ofﬁcial to discuss the budgetary process, write
a technical paper on what was learned, and record their reﬂections
on the experience. The budgetary interview exercise was implemented with undergraduate students in governmental and nonproﬁt accounting…
is a vital role within all kinds of sport and a role which I have always been very interested in adopting. I entered the course with believing to have and adequate amount of experience within football coaching. Having already completed my FA level 1 coaching badge and having numerous hours of voluntary coaching at my local football club under my belt with youths, I considered myself to be talented coach with a wide range of knowledge within my chosen sport of football. The introduction to coaching…
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This course provides a framework for financial accounting concepts and practices used by internal and external users in businesses. Topics presented include the accounting cycle, financial reporting, financial statements analysis, ratio calculation and interpretation, and management decision making based on financial…
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• Required to attend DVC Drama Fall Productions: Zombie Prom and The Children’s Hour
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• Scanning exercise is basis of everything an actor does on stage
• Take written word and give it life and flesh so audience will believe
• If audience doesn’t believe, why should…
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apply reasoning to differentiate between facts, inferences, assumptions, and conclusions.
*Student will demonstrate the ability to question and evaluate information (data, ideas, concepts) for accuracy, objectivity, and quality.
*Student will demonstrate the ability to analyze information (data, ideas, or concepts) in context to draw appropriate and well-supported conclusions.
*Student will demonstrate the ability to synthesize ideas from a variety of sources producing an original product…