Strategy dynamics will be new to many strategy professors and executive instructors. We plan to offer an online course exclusively for instructors.
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Many of the articles, comments and conferences about strategy-related issues seem to perpetuate some damaging myths – so I thought it might be useful to develop a list of these as I come across them.
This one comes up all over the place – the idea that successful strategy requires constant ‘re-invention’ of the business model. Even sober journals like the Economist ooze over this fallacy, as they did when reviewing the 10-year anniversary of e-commerce in 2005. Ebay, ...Continue Reading →
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Anyone interested in learning about strategy dynamics as part of an accredited University course should look at the WPI on-line course offered by Worcester Polytechnic Institute, as part of their Graduate Certificate or MSc programs in system dynamics.
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The Academy of Management conference each summer brings together large numbers of faculty from business schools, mostly from the United States but also from other countries. Amongst the sessions on strategy at this year’s event in Philadelphia, discussions expressed disquiet about the state of the subject and its status in departments and teaching in business school. Observations and feelings reported include: