This course is about strategy work in organizations. Building upon an understanding of strategy as something that people in organizations do (the strategy as practice approach), the course offers you a theoretically grounded and practically relevant overview of key questions in achieving strategic change. The course sessions address questions related to implementation, communication, and participation, involving humans and non-humans such as artificial intelligence. The sessions highlight how cultures and gender relations impact upon strategy work in organizations.
This is an advanced level courses and participating students are expected to have basic insights into the field of strategy. This course is the second in the Strategy-track in Management and Organization, which consists of the following courses: 1) Strategic Thinking, 2) Strategy work: People, culture, gender 3) Strategic foresight and 4) Innovating in and with organisations.
The course can be taken as part of the study module in Corporate Responsibility.