Courses Handbook 2006 - [Archived]

306821 (v.1) Strategic Management (Alliances, Partnerships and Networks) 562


School of Management



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1 x 3 Hours Weekly


Exploration of new design paradigms which reflect the growing importance of global perspective, core competency, value chains and innovative use of technology in structuring organisations. INOVACC, a prototype model incorporating these priorities, is examined with particular reference to changing management roles, coordinating mechanisms and organisational learning. What is a strategic alliance? From joint ventures to strategic alliances, distinguishing strategic alliances, partnerships and networks, globalisation, technology and the rationale for strategic alliances. The main types of strategic alliances - international expansion and the role of strategic alliances, problems in managing strategic alliances and INOVACC - a prototype for the new organisational model.
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Field of Education:

080399 Business and Management not elsewhere classified

Funding Cluster:

02 - Accounting, Administration, Economics, Commerce

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