Strategic Organization Design
Lecture Strategy and Organization in Technology Markets
The lecture “Strategic Organization Design“ deals with how organizations (e.g. firms) should be designed in order to reach their strategic goals. Building upon teaching a basic understanding of strategic and organizational questions, the focus of this course is especially the interaction between these two fields of research. Possible questions that we will answer during the course are how to design innovative organizations or how organizations can adapt to a changing environment.
The goal of this lecture is to give students an understanding of the theoretical concepts to answer questions of organizational design and the most important methodological instruments available for analyses including econometric and case-based research methods. At the same time, theoretical concepts will be applied to real-world management questions
The course divides into a lecture and a subsequent tutorial. Both parts are required to successfully pass the exam.
- The course is taught in English
- Please note the following exception. Tutorial 1 on December 11th 2015 with take place at a different location: Schackstraße 4, room 307.
As usual, all other tutorials of this group will be held at Kaulbachstraße 45, room 202.
|Dates||Lecture: Wednesday, 14.00 – 16.00
Tutorial 1: Friday 8.00 – 10.00 c.t.
Tutorial 2: Friday 10.00 – 12.00 c.t.
|Location||Lecture: Room M 110, Geschw.-Scholl-Pl. 1
Tutorial 1: Room 202, Kaulbachstr. 45
Tutorial 2: Room M 014, Geschw.-Scholl-Pl. 1
|Credits||6 ECTS in MM&I|
|Examination||120 minutes closed book exam (subject to change)
January 27th 2016, 14:30-16:30
Schellingstraße 3, Room S006