This Interest Group focuses on international or global firms. It is explicitly concerned with the impact of evolving global, international, and regional cultural, social, economic, technological, environmental, and political forces on the development and content of organization forms and strategies. Other specific interests include comparative strategic and organizational studies, cross-border management of corporate or business strategy and operations, parent-subsidiary relationships, and foreign location entry strategies.
July 28, 2020 at 10:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time (GMT - 5)
This webinar seeks to support educators who are moving their strategy course online. Based on the insights from faculty experienced in delivering strategy courses online, we will present teaching plans using readily available curated materials and how to use them effectively in an online or blended teaching environment. We will cover core strategy concepts related to external and internal analysis as well as global strategy.
The session will last 60 minutes. The four panelists will each give a 10-minute presentation on core strategy topics, global strategy and tips about teaching online.
Moderator: Ester Tippmann, Professor of Strategy, Leadership and Change, NUI Galway
Panelists (in alphabetical order):
This session is organized by Esther Tippmann, Global Strategy Interest Group, and Protiti Dastidar, Teaching Community.
*Live webinar participation is a benefit of membership in the Strategic Management Society. You can learn more and join by clicking here.