The Business Perspectives webinar on Strategy Matters in Turbulent Times: Think Big Data. Think Business Models took place on Thursday 13 October. If you missed the webinar or want to watch it again, it is now available to view on demand. WATCH THE WEBINAR The one-hour webinar focussed on business models, strategic growth, digital strategyContinue reading “Webinar: Strategy Matters in Turbulent Times: Think Big Data. Think Business Models.”
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Video highlights from our masterclass on Strategy Matters in Turbulent Times: Think Big Data. Think Business Models.
Understanding how Digital Technologies can impact on Business Strategy (Part 1)* Jerry Teahan, Head of Strategic Business Development (Network, Cloud Services), BT Group *Part 2 of this video is available via our online webinar. Data big and small: what works? what next? Patrick Callinan, Global Head of Data and Analytics, A.V. Further video highlights areContinue reading “Video highlights from our masterclass on Strategy Matters in Turbulent Times: Think Big Data. Think Business Models.”
Webinar: Strategy Matters in Turbulent Times, 13 October
The complimentary webinar from The Open University Business School (OUBS), will look at business models, strategic growth, digital strategy and big data. The online webinar will take place on Thursday 13 October 2016 at 18:00 – 19:00 (BST). Register now. During the webinar, we’ll explore the following key questions: What are the critical components toContinue reading “Webinar: Strategy Matters in Turbulent Times, 13 October”
Strategy Matters: Leveraging your business model for innovation and growth
Guest blogger: Thomas C. Lawton, PhD FRSA, Professor of Strategy and International Management at The Open University Business School. The purpose of our Business Perspectives event in London on 21st September is to integrate research, consulting and practice in a discussion about the interface of data, digital and business models. Questions raised will include: whatContinue reading “Strategy Matters: Leveraging your business model for innovation and growth”
Strategy quarter summary report
We are pleased to publish the second Business Perspectives summary report, which concludes the strategy quarter with cutting-edge perspectives from around the globe. We invite you to download and share the report and send us any comments. A similar summary report will be available following the leadership quarter. If you would like to contribute your perspective towardsContinue reading “Strategy quarter summary report”
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Retail first-line management and strategy, a successful formula or an unworkable recipe?
Guest blogger: Tamim Elbasha, Research student in the Centre for Strategy and Marketing at The Open University Business School. Tamim was originally trained as an optician, with over 10 years of experience in the optical-retail industry gained in the Middle East and the UK. After a few decades of researching strategy, we still know veryContinue reading “Retail first-line management and strategy, a successful formula or an unworkable recipe?”
Middle managers are strategists too, you know
Guest blogger: Alex Wright, Lecturer in Strategic Management at The Open University Business School. Middle managers frequently get the blame when things go wrong. They are often portrayed in both the media and academic worlds as opposing the strategies developed by senior managers; as deliberately creating roadblocks by taking ineffective actions; as ‘foot-dragging’, assigning strategicContinue reading “Middle managers are strategists too, you know”
Guest blogger: Professor Brian Smith, Visiting Research Fellow at The Open University Business School, Adjunct Professor at SDA Bocconi in Milan. Emerging practice in pharmaceutical industry offers new ways to improve the annual business plan review process. The size and reach of pharmaceutical (pharma) companies varies greatly: from vast multinational global conglomerates to small start-up companies;Continue reading “Testing times”
Guest blogger: David Mayle, Lecturer in Management and a member of The Open University’s Centre for Human Resource and Change Management. In the search for some real dialogue, I’m going to offer something deliberately contentious. Towards the top of this article there is currently a grey box with ‘Reply’ in it. If anyone hasContinue reading “Trade-offs”