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About the Course

The ability to think strategically in today’s global, high-tech business environment is critical to ensuring your organisation survives – and grows – into the future. By breaking down business strategy and value creation to its essential elements, you’ll develop your strategic thinking skills. And through structured learning activities including video lectures, quizzes, discussion prompts and written assessments you’ll discover how to improve your organisation’s competitiveness. This course focuses on the key principles behind the latest thinking in value co-creation, strategy and marketing, and teaches you how to apply them. By learning how to continuously plan, monitor, analyse and assess all that is necessary for an organisation to meet its goals and objectives, you will be better prepared to take your organisation forward in a viable strategic direction....

Top reviews


Jan 7, 2022

Great course on Strategy Management, briefly argues - how to interpret different companies and what products they offer and how to implement the best strategies for sustainability and growth.


Jul 15, 2020

This course covers a lot of concepts and frameworks on a introductory basis, and plenty of examples to give the learner balanced learning perspectives and real world applications

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By Nema N A

Apr 17, 2020

i like it

By Shadrack Z R

Oct 22, 2019

Very good

By Adam F

Sep 16, 2019

Fine, thx


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By Mona A A

Jun 29, 2020





By Jose E M

Oct 22, 2019



Jan 8, 2021

Some of the spelling in the course are incorrect. Please check. Overall good course.


Jan 16, 2021

Course is great!

By Abeer A

Aug 25, 2021

valuable course

By Sarthak S

May 19, 2020

Mind Blowing

By Nicola D

May 30, 2020

This course was highly informative, the structure was easy to follow and I felt that the breadth was sufficient. II really appreciated the examples when they were given but would have liked more case studies and further diversification of the content types. The readings were good and the instructor was clear, but I often found myself bored with the format of a lecture-and-reading-styled learning and zoning out as a result. The best parts of the course were the initial reading, the TED talk and the video on the Growth Share matrix.

By I.k. s

Jun 2, 2020

The lecture seemed too boring, students may lose concentration, Learned a lot but some improvement in the lecture section would be more exciting and fun to learn I think.

By Azlin A

Aug 1, 2021

The instructo's pronounciation is always not clear. And the subtitles are misleading.