ISE Strategic Management: Concepts (2022)

PART ONE: ANALYSIS
1. What Is Strategy?
2. Strategic Leadership: Managing the Strategy Process
3. External Analysis: Industry Structure, Competitive Forces, and Strategic Groups
4. Internal Analysis: Resources, Capabilities, and Core Competencies
5. Competitive Advantage, Firm Performance, and Business Models
PART TWO: FORMULATION
6. Business Strategy: Differentiation, Cost Leadership, and Blue Oceans
7. Business Strategy: Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Platforms
8. Corporate Strategy: Vertical Integration and Diversification
9. Corporate Strategy: Strategic Alliances, Mergers, and Acquisitions
10. Global Strategy: Competing Around the World
PART THREE: IMPLEMENTATION
11. Organizational Design: Structure, Culture, and Control
12. Corporate Governance and Business Ethics
PART FOUR: MINICASES
How to Conduct a Case Analysis


MiniCases
1. Apple: What’s Next?
2. Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson:” I’m not Howard Schultz”
3. BlackBerry’s Rise and Fall
4. Nike’s Core Competency: The Risky Business of Creating Heroes
5. Business Model Innovation: How Dollar Shave Club Disrupted Gillette
6. How JCPenney Sailed into a Red Ocean
7. Platform Strategy: How PayPal Solved the Chicken-or-Egg Problem
8. GE: Corporate Strategy Gone Wrong
9. Disney: Building Billion Dollar Franchises
10. Hollywood Goes Global
11. Yahoo: From Internet Darling to Fire Sale
12. Uber: Ethically Most Challenges Tech Company?


Full-Length Cases
1. Airbnb Inc.*
2. The Vanguard Group*
3. Nike, Inc.*
4. Tesla, Inc.*
5. Netflix, Inc.*
6. Starbucks Corporation*
7. Amazon.com, Inc.*
8. Apple, Inc.*
9. The Walt Disney Company*
10. Facebook, Inc.*
11. Best Buy Co., Inc.*
12. McDonald’s Corporation*
13. Alphabet’s Google
14. Better World Books and The Triple Bottom Line
15. Delta Air Lines, Inc.
16. Merck & Co., Inc.
17. Uber Technologies
18. UPS in India
19. Walmart Inc.
20. The Movie Exhibition Industry
21. SpaceX
22. Kickstarter
*Note: The first 12 Full-Length cases are included as a separate complimentary eBook in Connect.

Strategic Management, 5e by Frank T. Rothaermel is the fastest growing Strategy title in the market because it uses a unified, singular voice to help students synthesize and integrate theory, empirical research, and practical applications with current, real-world examples. His approach not only offers students a learning experience that uniquely combines rigor and relevance, but also provides tight linkage between the concepts and cases. Rothaermel 5e prepares students with the foundation they need to understand how companies gain and sustain competitive advantage, while developing students’ skills to become successful future leaders capable of making well-reasoned strategic decisions.

Rothaermel Strategic Management is also available through our Connect learning platform along with a host of supplementary resources for both instructors and students. We’re delighted to announce that as of June 27th this also includes a ‘European Connect Companion’ – 11 brand new full case studies and a further 4 mini-case studies with a largely European focus (UK, Netherlands, France, Denmark, Greece, India) taken from Unilever, 77 Diamonds, SSP Group, De La Rue, Tata Motors, Richer Sound, Vivendi, KPMG, SeCyber, Aalborg CSP, Winerie Parisienne, H+H, Aegean Airlines and the UK Post Office, with a further case looking at the development of the micro-mobility model in Paris.

All of the new case studies come with assignable multiple-choice questions and teaching notes.

New Sections on Stakeholder Strategy and Competitive Advantage (now in Chapter 1), Vision, Mission, and Values (now in Chapter 2), Strategic Decision Making (Chapter 2), and From External to Internal Analysis (Chapter 4).

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High quality, high currency cases, in various lengths and formats. A variety of firms are featured including for-profit public (Fortune 100) companies, private companies (including startups) and non-profit organizations. Each chapter begins and ends with a ChapterCase to frame the chapter content. This new 5e includes three new ChapterCases: Five Guys (Chapter 4), Alphabet and Google (Chapter 11), and Theranos (Chapter 12); all other Chapter Cases revised and updated. Five new MiniCases (Uber, PayPal, JCPenney, GE, and BlackBerry), featuring not only success stories but also failures; all other MiniCases revised and updated; 12 in total. Three new Full-Length cases (Airbnb, Nike, and The Vanguard Group);

all other Full-Length cases including the most popular ones are revised and updated; 22 in total. In addition to the in-text 12 ChapterCases, 12 MiniCases, 22 Full-Length cases with the clear majority (over 90%) authored or co-authored by me, and available through McGraw-Hills custom-publishing Create program. We also include a Strategy Team Project at the end of the chapter.

All cases (Full-Length and MiniCases) come with detailed and high quality teaching notes, easily accessible in your Connect? online library

Connect? is McGraw-Hill's highly reliable, easy-to-use homework and learning management solution that embeds learning science and award-winning adaptive tools to improve student results. Each asset in Connect is designed to address pressing course challenges, like student preparedness, engagement, and developing higher-order critical thinking and workplace competency skills. Within Connect we offer a variety of exercises that move up Blooms Taxonomy and help students develop higher-order thinking skills including: SmartBook 2.0, McGraw-Hill eBook & ReadAnywhere App, Click and Drag Exercises, Whiteboard Animated Video cases, MiniCases, Financial Ratio Reviews, Cases Analyses, Application-Based Activities and Case Exercises.

New in Connect, 12 of Frank Rothaermels best-selling full-length cases are NOW included as a complimentary eBook in Connect. All of these cases come with high quality, consistent, and detailed Teaching Notes. Many of these cases have achieved bestseller status as highlighted as Most Popular by Harvard Business Publishing. The include: Airbnb, TheVanguard Group, Nike, Tesla, Netflix, Starbucks, Amazon, Apple, Disney, Facebook, Best Buy, and McDonalds.

New SmartBook? 2.0 is an adaptive learning solution that provides personalized learning to individual student needs, continually adapting to pinpoint knowledge gaps and focus learning on concepts requiring additional study. SmartBook 2.0 fosters more productive learning, takes the guesswork out of what to study, and helps students better prepare for class.

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With the ReadAnywhere mobile app, students can now read and complete SmartBook 2.0 assignments both online and off-line. For instructors, SmartBook 2.0 provides more granular control over assignments with content selection now available at the concept level. SmartBook 2.0 includes advanced reporting features that enable instructors to track student progress with actionable insights that guide teaching strategies and advanced instruction for a more dynamic class experience.

McGraw-Hill is dedicated to Affordability & Outcomes. Our approach preserves Academic Freedom, so you can select the right materials for you and your students. Options ranging from adaptive learning platforms, digital/print bundles, eBooks, print rentals, Inclusive Access, and custom course and pricing solutions.

Unique AFI Framework Model (Analysis, Formulation, Implementation) helps students understand What is important? and Why it is important?. Students become a strategic leader that need to Analyze (A), Formulate (F), and Implement(I) their strategy to gain and sustain a competitive advantage for their organizations.

The Holistic AFI frameworks integration of the process schools of strategy (based on organization theory, psychology, and sociology) with the content schools of strategy (based on economics) provides students with a balanced and complete treatment of strategy. Frank focuses on the most important concepts with in-depth examples to help students make connections.

Balanced Mix of Classic and Contemporary Strategy Content - The author covers material that has withstood the test of time, such as the resource-based view and Porter's five forces model, as well as contemporary topics such as managing the strategy process, strategic leadership, competitive advantage, innovation and strategic entrepreneurship.

Synthesis and Integration of Empirical Research and Practical Applications - The author helps students synthesize and integrate strategy frameworks, empirical research, and practical applications with current real-world examples. This approach and emphasis on real-world examples offers students a learning experience that uniquely combines rigor and relevance. Rothaermel draws from such leading academic journals as Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Journal/Review, Journal of Management, and so forth. By addressing what the research findings mean and why they are important for managers, and by eliminating excess detail and outdated examples, the text helps students focus on "what and why it important".

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Tight content and Case linkage - Unlike other texts that often outsourced cases, all of the ChapterCases and Strategy Highlights (which appear in each of the 12 chapters) MiniCases (which appear in Part 4 of the book), as well as the majority of the full-length Cases and their accompanying Case Teaching Notes (available on Create only) have been authored (or co-authored) by Frank Rothaermel himself. This level of dedication and quality control ensures that chapter content and cases use one voice and are closely interconnected.

Case Stamp of Approval from Harvard Business School - These cases are approved by and distributed through HBS. The author attended HBS' case writing workshops and he researched and wrote 12 mini-cases and 22 full-length cases to ensure tight integration between content and cases for an optimal teaching and learning experience. It enables models, theories and frameworks to be better understood and applied. This is so very important because this course is case-based and a fundamental ingredient in teaching strategy.

Direct Application of Strategy to Career and Lives- Strategic Management prepares students for the dynamism they will face as managers in the 21st century. Popular and successful features carried over from prior editions include: "Strategy Highlight Boxes" - Boxes that apply a specific concept to a specific company; each box is brief enough to appeal to students, yet long enough to offer valuable insights; "myStrategy Modules" -End-of-chapter activities that show students how strategy directly applies to their careers and lives.

Insights from leading practitioner outlets - Coverage of discussions from such outlets as Harvard Business Review that enhance the application of strategy concepts. -Topics from recent and current bestsellers - Discussions expose students to issues that today's managers talk about.

A Global Context - Drawing on the author's cosmopolitan upbringing and education (educated, trained, and worked in multiple different countries), this strategy text features many leading companies from Asia, Europe, and Latin America, as well as the United States to incorporate the new issues managers face in a globally competitive marketplace.

Chapter Cases begin and end each chapter with topical content that focuses on companies and industries of interest to students. The new edition includes: Chapter 1: Teslas Secret StrategyChapter 2: Leadership Crisis at Facebook?Chapter 3: Airbnb: Disrupting the Hotel IndustryChapter 4: Five Guys Core Competency: Make the Best Burger, Dont Worry about CostChapter 5: The Quest for Competitive Advantage: Apple vs. MicrosoftChapter 6: Jet Blue Airways: En Route to a New Blue Ocean? Chapter 7: Netflix: Disrupting the TV IndustryChapter 8: Amazons Corporate StrategyChapter 9: Little Lyft Gets Big Alliance Partners and Beats Uber in Going PublicChapter 10: IKEA: The Worlds Most Profitable RetailerChapter 11: A is for Alphabet and G is for GoogleChapter 12: Theranos: Bad Blood

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ChapterCases are comprised of two parts. Part I frames the chapter topic and content. Part II provides additional information, plus concepts and information from the chapter to extend and complete the ChapterCase example. Discussion questions are included to simulate classroom discussion and bring the concepts to life.

Strategy Highlight boxes, two per chapter, apply a specific concept to a specific company. They include valuable insights and are focused on companies students are familiar with, including Twitter, Starbucks, Teach for America, eSports, Dr. Dre, PepsiCo, Cirque du Soleil, Wikipedia, Proctor & Gamble, Tesla, Walmart, Zappos, and Volkswagen.

myStrategy modules , which conclude each chapter, help students apply strategy concepts to their personal and professional lives.

Take-Away Concepts are chapter summaries that link chapter content to the chapters Learning objectives.End-of-chapter materials include Key Terms, which reinforce important strategy concepts and ideas within the chapter, and Discussion Questions, which provide stimulating, thought-provoking activities for students.

Partnership with Capsim's Capstone Business simuation - Capsim is the #2 strategy simulation provider. We created a value-priced course solution that consists of their Capstone simulation with Rothaermel's Vital source eBook. Purchase options are made either directly through www.capsim.com. They can also call Capsim directly at 877.477.8787 for assistance. For bookstore orders, Capsim will send the bookstore a sealed envelop labeled Capstone + Rothaermel 5e Strategic Management which will contain the codes the student needs and instructions on how to register and gain access to both products. They must contact Capsim to place the order.

Competitive Simulations. McGraw-Hill has a partnership with - Business Strategy Game and GLO-BUS simulation - that can be used with the textbook. The hotlinks take you to the site where instructors can learn more and sign up for a demonstration for each of these offerings: BSG: Students run athletic footwear companies that produce and market both branded and private-label footwear and compete head-to-head for global market leadership.Glo-Bus: Students operate companies that design, assemble, and market wearable video cameras and sophisticated camera-equipped drones.

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CREATE - McGraw-Hill's custom-publishing program is where instructors can select from author-written full-length cases as well as cases from Harvard, Ivey Darden, NACRA, and much more! Instructors can assemble their own course, selecting the chapters, cases, and readings that will work best for them. The Create marketing bridge page (http://www.mcgrawhillcreate.com/Rothaermel)

FAQs

What are the strategic management concepts? ›

The basic concept of strategic management consists of a continuous process of planning, monitoring, analysing and assessing everything that is necessary for an organization to meet its goals and objectives. In simple words, it is a management technique used to prepare the organization for the unforeseeable future.

How do you solve a case study in strategic management? ›

How to Write a Case Study Analysis
  1. Step 1: Investigate the Company's History and Growth. ...
  2. Step 2: Identify Strengths and Weaknesses. ...
  3. Step 3: Examine the External Environment. ...
  4. Step 4: Analyze Your Findings. ...
  5. Step 5: Identify Corporate-Level Strategy. ...
  6. Step 6: Identify Business-Level Strategy. ...
  7. Step 7: Analyze Implementations.
3 Jan 2019

Would strategic management concepts and techniques benefit foreign businesses as much as domestic firms justify your answer? ›

Would strategic-management concepts and techniques benefit foreign businesses as much as domestic firms? Justify your answer. Answer: The answer to this question is yes. Many foreign businesses are using strategic- management concepts and techniques effectively.

What is strategy and strategic management PDF? ›

Strategic management is defined as the process of evaluation, planning, and implementation designed to maintain or improve competitive advantage. The process of evaluation is concerned with assessment of the external and internal environments.

Why is it important to study strategic management? ›

Strategy management teaches you to ensure the company's resources, in terms of products and services, are used wisely and vested in the most promising opportunities. This is why a good strategy manager will tell you that less is more, as long as it is the best.

What is the concept of strategic purpose? ›

The purpose of the strategy refers to the goal of having a strategy. And it lies in these three main functions: Setting effective goals for the organization, Preparing plans to reach these goals, and mobilizing and employing all the organization's resources to achieve these goals and implement the plans.

Would strategic management concepts and techniques benefit foreign businesses? ›

Would strategic-management concepts and techniques benefit foreign businesses as much as domestic firms? Justify your answer. The answer to this question is yes. Many foreign businesses are using strategic- management concepts and techniques effectively.

What is the most important benefit of strategic management? ›

One of the main benefits of strategic management is the SWOT analysis which provides an elaborate assessment of the company's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. The company can then take necessary strategic decisions based on this assessment to improve the situation.

What are the benefits of the concept of strategy? ›

Strategy provides a vision of the future, confirms the purpose and values of an organization, sets objectives, clarifies threats and opportunities, determines methods to leverage strengths, and mitigate weaknesses (at a minimum). As such, it sets a framework and clear boundaries within which decisions can be made.

What is an example of strategic management? ›

Examples of the functional strategy include product strategy, marketing strategy, human resource strategy, and financial strategy. The functional strategy is concerned with developing a distinctive competence to provide a business unit with a competitive advantage.

What are the roles of strategic management? ›

The essential roles of a strategic manager
  • Planning. Strategic planning is the process of identifying the specific time and resources needed to meet your business goal. ...
  • Risk management. ...
  • Performance management. ...
  • Coaching. ...
  • Collaboration. ...
  • Data analysis. ...
  • Crisis management. ...
  • Creative problem solving.

What are the functions of strategic management? ›

Key Functions of Strategic Management
  • Risk and Uncertainty Management.
  • Learning from Insurance Practices.
  • Financial Analysis.
  • Visioning.
  • Planning.
  • Building and Maintaining Organizational Cohesion.
  • Managing.
  • Leadership.
2 Oct 2017

How do you answer a case study assignment example? ›

There are several steps to writing an answer to a case study assignment:
  1. STEP 1: READ THE CASE STUDY AND QUESTIONS CAREFULLY. • ...
  2. STEP 2: IDENTIFY THE ISSUES IN THE CASE STUDY. ...
  3. STEP 3: LINK THEORY TO PRACTICE. ...
  4. STEP 4: PLAN YOUR ANSWER. ...
  5. STEP 5: START WRITING YOUR CASE STUDY ANSWER. ...
  6. STEP 6: EDIT AND PROOFREAD. ...
  7. STEP 7: SUBMIT.

What is strategic management process? ›

Strategic management process is a continuous culture of appraisal that a business adopts to outdo the competitors. Simple as it may sound, this is a complex process that also covers formulating the organization's overall vision for present and future objectives.

How do you solve a case study problem? ›

Preparing the Case
  1. Read and Examine the Case Thoroughly. Take notes, highlight relevant facts, underline key problems.
  2. Focus Your Analysis. Identify two to five key problems. ...
  3. Uncover Possible Solutions/Changes Needed. Review course readings, discussions, outside research, your experience.
  4. Select the Best Solution.

What is the most important part of strategic management? ›

The most essential element of strategic management revolves around the concept of identifying and understanding specific organization goals. Setting short term goals is an ideal way to start, as they act as a direct blueprint in achieving long term objectives.

What have you learned in strategic management? ›

Strategic management is one of the most important "hard skills" in business management. In Strategic Management, you'll learn how you can manage businesses and projects proactively with a focus on long-term strategy, rather than reacting to day-to-day hiccups.

How has strategic management become so important today? ›

Answer and Explanation: Strategic management is essential to business since it enables the company to gain a competitive advantage. Additionally, an organization can find better ways of allocating resources and determining the best plans and policies that would allow the business to achieve its goals.

What is strategy in your own words? ›

Strategy is where you will focus your efforts to achieve your goals, and how you will succeed—or, “where to play and how to win.” It defines a specific course of action that will take you from where you are now to where you want to be.

What is primary focus of strategic management? ›

1. The primary focus of strategic management is- strategy implementation. Methodology Implementation alludes to the execution of the plans and systems, in order to achieve the drawn-out objectives of the association.

How does strategic management benefit a company? ›

Strategic management allows an organization to be more proactive than reactive in shaping its own future; it allows an organization to initiate and influence (rather than just respond to) activities—and thus to exert control over its own destiny.

How does strategic management benefit a business? ›

Strategic management is essential as it helps firms to rationalize change and actualize change and communicate the need to change better to its employees. Finally, strategic management helps in bringing order and discipline to the activities of the firm in its both internal processes and external activities.

How do you implement a successful strategy? ›

7 Key Steps in the Implementation Process
  1. Set Clear Goals and Define Key Variables. ...
  2. Determine Roles, Responsibilities, and Relationships. ...
  3. Delegate the Work. ...
  4. Execute the Plan, Monitor Progress and Performance, and Provide Continued Support. ...
  5. Take Corrective Action (Adjust or Revise, as Necessary)
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How strategic management will help you in your future career? ›

A strategic management course will give you an opportunity to step back and observe your own leadership style and effectiveness. Leadership exercises and executive leadership coaching help you gain new perspectives and get the "feel" for your leadership skills in a safe and supportive environment.

What is the basic concept of choice of strategy? ›

Strategic choice refers to the decision which determines the future strategy of a firm. It addresses the question “Where shall we go”. A SWOT analysis is conducted to examine the strengths and weaknesses of the firm and opportunities that can be exploited are also determined.

What are three major challenges to strategic management? ›

Three challenges in strategic management in the 21st century are technology, the environment and politics.
  • Problems of Management in the 21st Century. ...
  • Strategic Challenge #1: Technology. ...
  • Strategic Challenge #2: Environment. ...
  • Strategic Challenge #3: Politics.
30 Jun 2019

What are the five 5 strategic management process? ›

The five stages of the process are: setting goals or objectives, analysis, strategy formation, strategy implementation, and strategy monitoring.

What are the 3 strategic management? ›

The strategic-management process consists of three stages: strategy formulation, strategy implementation, and strategy evaluation.

Is strategic management a skill? ›

Strategic management skills are essential for the long-term success of your business. Firms that possess human resources with exceptional skills have a long-term focus and are more likely to use their skills to take advantage of emerging opportunities.

Who performs strategic management? ›

The CEO and other senior corporate level executives: They are primarily responsible for the big strategic decisions of an organization.

What makes a strategic leader? ›

Key traits of an effective strategic leader include loyalty to the organization's vision, judicious use of power, transparency, effective communication, problem-solving, readiness to delegate, passion for their job, compassion, and empathy for others and self-awareness.

What are the five 5 strategic management process? ›

The five stages of the process are: setting goals or objectives, analysis, strategy formation, strategy implementation, and strategy monitoring.

What is the concept strategic management implementation? ›

Strategic implementation refers to the process of executing plans and strategies. These processes aim to achieve long-term goals within an organization. Strategic implementation, in other words, is a technique through which a firm develops. It utilizes and integrates new processes into the structure of an organization.

What are the 3 strategic management? ›

The strategic-management process consists of three stages: strategy formulation, strategy implementation, and strategy evaluation.

What are the 7 steps of the strategic management process? ›

7 stages of strategic planning
  • Understand the need for a strategic plan. ...
  • Set goals. ...
  • Develop assumptions or premises. ...
  • Research different ways to achieve objectives. ...
  • Choose your plan of action. ...
  • Develop a supporting plan. ...
  • Implement the strategic plan.

What is the most important step in strategic management? ›

Consider long-term goals and reasonable objectives

Before acting, planning what the goals are is essential in a strategic management process. Over and above goal-setting, it's important to outline a plan of action to achieve them.

What is the most important part of strategic management? ›

The most essential element of strategic management revolves around the concept of identifying and understanding specific organization goals. Setting short term goals is an ideal way to start, as they act as a direct blueprint in achieving long term objectives.

What are the four basic strategic management tools? ›

A few common examples of strategic planning tools include:
  • SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) analysis.
  • OKR (Objectives and Key Results)
  • PEST (political, economic, socio-cultural, and technological) analysis.
  • Balanced scorecard.
22 Dec 2020

How can strategy be implemented effectively? ›

Strategy implementation requires organisations to put initiatives in place which are focussed and realisable. A strategic focus should encourage an organisation to develop disciplined processes for feeding strategic initiatives across the organisation in a meaningful, realistic and achievable way.

How can you improve performance at a strategic level? ›

Strategic Performance Management
  1. Communicate Company Goals & Performance Objectives. ...
  2. Regularly Offer Performance Feedback. ...
  3. Take Advantage of Performance Management Software. ...
  4. Utilize Multi-Rater Feedback. ...
  5. One-on-One Discussion Meeting Outcomes and Results.
19 Jan 2020

Which of the following is the main purpose of a strategic management process? ›

The primary purpose of strategic management process is to help the organization achieve a sustainable strategic competition in the market.

What is an example of strategic management? ›

Examples of the functional strategy include product strategy, marketing strategy, human resource strategy, and financial strategy. The functional strategy is concerned with developing a distinctive competence to provide a business unit with a competitive advantage.

What makes a strategic leader? ›

Key traits of an effective strategic leader include loyalty to the organization's vision, judicious use of power, transparency, effective communication, problem-solving, readiness to delegate, passion for their job, compassion, and empathy for others and self-awareness.

What makes a strategic plan successful? ›

Strategies should map long-term plans to objectives and actionable steps, foster innovative thinking, as well as anticipate and mitigate potential pitfalls. Strategic plans often look out 3-5 years, and there may be a separate plan for each individual objective within the organization.

How do you deliver a strategy? ›

The 6 Rules of Strategy Delivery Excellence
  1. Establish a clear, specific goal. ...
  2. Develop a set of supporting lead indicators. ...
  3. Commit to a number of meaningful milestones. ...
  4. Build team ownership. ...
  5. Ensure systematic follow-up and accountability. ...
  6. Remain open to learning at all times.
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