Strategic Organization Design
Lecture Strategy and Organization in Technology Markets
The lecture "Strategic Organization Design" deals with how organizations (e.g. companies) should be designed in order to reach their strategic goals. Building upon the fundamentals of strategic and organizational concepts, the focus of this course is especially the interaction between these two fields of research. Based on individual to company-level analysis, the course will answer questions such as how to design for innovation or how organizations could 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
- Course material and further information can be accessed via LSF
Lecture: Thursdays, 10:00 – 12:00 c.t. (start: 17.10.2019)
There is no registration needed to participate in this course!
Participation in the tutorial is not mandatory in order to pass this course (yet helpful). Tutorials 1 and 2 will cover the same contents.
Lecture: Geschwister-Scholl-Pl. 1, D 209
|Credits||6 ECTS in MM&I (PO 08) / 6 ECTS in Strategic Organization II (PO 15)|
120 minutes closed book exam on 11.02.2020, 12:15 - 14:15 in GSP 1, Audi Max
Prof. Pooyan Khashabi, PhD, +49 (0) 89 / 2180 - 5415, email@example.com