Corporate Strategy in Europe

llsms2061  2021-2022  Louvain-la-Neuve

Corporate Strategy in Europe
5.00 crédits
30.0 h
Bascle Guilhem;

A la fin de cette unité d’enseignement, l’étudiant est capable de :

1 Eu égard au référentiel des acquis d'apprentissage AA du programme, cette activité contribue au développement et à l'acquisition des AA suivants:
Au terme de cet enseignement, l'étudiant sera capable de:
Students will learn the set of strategic decisions that foster value creation or destruction through the coordination and configuration of a firm's presence in two or more businesses within Europe, and the modes of developments a firm has at its disposal to grow outside its national market, within Europe or globally.
Méthodes d'enseignement
  • Mandatory readings
  • Class lectures related to mandatory readings
  • Case study
  • Group project
Presence is mandatory and a condition for success
Modes d'évaluation
des acquis des étudiants
For the first session:
Continuous evaluation (100%)
  • Date: Every week
  • Type of evaluation: Case study (document to be delivered)
  • Comments: Marks carried over into September
For the second session (resit, if necessary):
Continuous evaluation (60%) (see above) and
Examination session (40%) (oral exam via Teams or on site):
  • Second session (if necessary):
    • Oral: Yes (10-15mn per student)
    • Written: No
    • Type: Questions posed to the student in spoken form
    • In session
Autres infos
Exchange students: Exchange students need to take the exam (i.e., potential resit) on the day and time of the exam like the other students.
Prerequisite: One course in strategy/strategic management. Because this is an advanced course in strategic management that includes assignments and materials directly related to the foundations of strategic management, this course is pitched at a level that assumes some familiarity with the basics of strategic management.
Students who register to this course certify that they have the prerequisite knowledge that is requested to be able to follow this course; the instructor will not teach these prerequisite items.
Students who do not possess these foundations can nonetheless enroll in this course, provided that they read in advance in traditional strategy textbooks and scientific articles (important references will be provided) the topics to be covered in each session; this will be expected (to be familiar with the basics of strategic management) and important (for your success in this course).
Preparation for class: Students are expected to articulate an in-depth understanding of the course material, and to prepare for class individually and with other course participants as the amount of work to be conducted is significant, with a tangible time pressure.
Attendance: Attendance is required; the real value from this course takes place in the classroom and each class including a workgroup session.
Limited access to the course: the number of Incoming students is limited to 25
Teaching Assistant: Marco Daprà
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Lecture slides:
Computer-projected overhead lecture slides will be posted on Moodle before the class.
  • Barney, J. B., & Hesterly, W. S. 2018. Strategic management and competitive advantage (6 ed.). Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson.
  • FitzRoy, P., Hulbert, J., & Ghobadian, A. 2016. Strategic management: The challenge of creating value (3 ed.). New York, N.Y.: Routledge.
  • Grant, R. M. 2019. Contemporary strategy analysis (10 ed.). West Sussex: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Hill, C. W. L., Jones, G. R., & Schilling, M. A. 2016. Strategic management theory: An integrated approach (12 ed.). Mason, O.H.: South-Western College.
  • Hoskisson, R. E., & Hitt, M. A. 1994. Downscoping: How to tame the diversified firm. New York, N.Y.: Oxford University Press.
  • Johnson, G., Whittington, R., Scholes, K., Angwin, D., & Regnér, P. 2020. Exploring strategy (12 ed.). Essex: Prentice Hall.
  • Thompson, A. A., Peteraf, M. A., Gamble, J. E., & Strickland, A. J. 2016. Crafting & executing strategy: The quest for competitive advantage (20 ed.). New York, N.Y.: McGraw-Hill.
Faculté ou entité
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Programmes / formations proposant cette unité d'enseignement (UE)

Intitulé du programme
Master [120] en sciences de gestion

Master [120] en communication multilingue

Master [120] en sciences de gestion

Master de spécialisation en entreprises et politiques économiques européennes