STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT MGT3SMG

 

 

 

 

Table of Contents

SUBJECT DETAILS                                         3

GENERAL DETAILS                                        3

ENROLMENT REQUIREMENTS                   3

STAFF CONTACTS                                          3

SUBJECT DESCRIPTION                                3

SUBJECT INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES (SILOS)                                       3

GRADUATE CAPABILITIES                          3

LEARNING ACTIVITY SUMMARY             4

ASSESSMENT AND FEEDBACK SUMMARY                                                        4

LEARNING RESOURCES                               4

STUDENT FEEDBACK ON SUBJECT SURVEY                                                             5

POLICIES, PROCEDURES AND GUIDELINES                                                     6

ACADEMIC INTEGRITY                                       6

EXTENSIONS, LATE SUBMISSIONS AND PENALTIES                                                           6

RULES – COLLEGE/SCHOOL/DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC INFORMATION                                      7

STUDENT COMPLAINT                                        7

LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (LMS)       7

LIBRARY                                                              8

STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES                            8

HEALTH AND WELLBEING                                  8

RESOURCES – COLLEGE/SCHOOL/DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC INFORMATION                                      8

SCHEDULE OF LEARNING ACTIVITIES   9

SESSION PLAN                                                     9

LEARNING ACTIVITY DETAILS                           9

LEARNING ACTIVITY – COLLEGE/SCHOOL/DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC INFORMATION                                                   10

ASSESSMENT AND FEEDBACK DETAILS                                                                            11

 

Subject Details

GENERAL DETAILS        
Subject Code: MGT3SMG Subject Title: Strategic Management  
Teaching Period: Semester 1, 2021 Location(s): BU/C3/ONLINE  
Credit Points: 15 Mode: Blended/Online Level: 3

 

ENROLMENT REQUIREMENTS  
Prerequisites: Successful completion of MGT1FOM OR BUS1BUF OR BUS1BIB
Co-requisites: None
Incompatibles: None
Assumed Skills & Knowledge: English Literacy. Foundation knowledge from MGT1FOM or BUS1BUF or BUS1BIB
Special Study Requirements: If you have any special needs, you are encouraged to consult with the Accessibility Centre (EDC). Further information and contact details for the EDC are available at: https://www.latrobe.edu.au/students/support/wellbeing/accessability-hub

 

STAFF CONTACTS          
Role Campus Name Email Telephone Room
Subject Coordinator BU Dr. Stephane Bignoux s.bignoux@latrobe.edu.au    
Instance Coordinator SY Ms. Leanne McCoy l.mccoy@latrobe.edu.au    

 

SUBJECT DESCRIPTION
MGT3SMG provides students with a comprehensive understanding of techniques and models applied in organisations to ensure sustainable competitive advantage. This involves application of key theories to decisions and actions taken by an organisation’s senior management team to devise a long-term plan with the intention of developing the organisation’s core competencies and increasing the organisation’s competitiveness. Key topics in this subject include; understanding the dynamics of the internal and external environments, Value Chain Analysis, the 5 Forces Model, corporate level strategy, business level strategy, modes of entry into domestic and international markets, propensity to innovate and level of competition and corporate governance. The focus will be on developing the ability of students to understand, evaluate and effectively apply strategic management knowledge to modern organisations.

 

SUBJECT INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES (SILOS)
Upon successful completion of this subject, you should be able to:
1 Using a scenario-based approach, demonstrate an ability to consider assumptions, classify and explore strategic information, and formulate an integrated and insightful analytical response.
2 Using scenario-based approach, demonstrate an ability to reflect critically upon research processes for the discipline.
3 Demonstrate an ability to use mathematics to analyse a scenario, create approaches to that scenario and critically evaluate a solution to that scenario.
4 Apply the conceptual, theoretical and practical knowledge of strategic management to assess competitive organisational scenarios, and position and plan for these organisations to operate effectively on a competitive business landscape

 

GRADUATE CAPABILITIES    
The following Graduate Capabilities (GCs) are evaluated in this subject:    
  GC GC Point  
WR Writing Extension/Expansion  
QL Quantitative Literacy Extension/Expansion  
IR Inquiry Research Extension/Expansion  
  CT Critical Thinking Extension/Expansion
  CP Creative Problem Solving Extension/Expansion
  EB Ethical Behaviour Extension/Expansion
  DS Discipline Specific Knowledge and Skills Extension/Expansion

 

LEARNING ACTIVITY SUMMARY  
Learning Activity: Schedule
2-hour Seminars Weeks 10-22
   

Further information is available at http://www.latrobe.edu.au/students/timetables

ASSESSMENT AND FEEDBACK SUMMARY          
Assessment Tasks: Due Date SILOs GCs % Comments
Assessment Task 1: Individual Authentic

Learning – Active Case – Assignment

1200 words

11:55pm

28 March 2021

01 WR/CT/IR

/CP

30 Results released during semester. This item will report on the Graduate Capability of Critical Thinking.
Assessment Task 2: Individual Authentic learning (Quantitative Literacy Active Case) 1200 words

 

11:55pm

02 May 2021

03 WR/QL/D

S/EB/IR/C

P

30 Results released during semester. This assessment will report on the Graduate Capabilities of

Quantitative Literacy and Discipline-specific knowledge and skills.

Assessment Task 3: Individual Research Portfolio 1200 words 11:55pm

06 June 2021

02, 04 WR/QL/D

S

/EB/IR/CP

30 Results not released during semester. This item

will report on the Graduate Capability of Inquiry/Research.

Assessment Task 4: Individual online tests of weekly work See Test Schedule on page 13 of this document and the LMS Assessments

Section

04 WR/QL/D

S

/EB/IR/CP

10 Results released during semester. This item will report on the Graduate Capability of Disciplinespecific knowledge and skills.

 

LEARNING RESOURCES      
Reading Type Title Author and Year Publisher
Core Text Strategic Management:

Competitiveness and

Globalisation, 6th Asia-Pacific edition.

Author/s: Dallas Hanson,

Michael A. Hitt, R. Duane Ireland, Robert E. Hoskisson. 2017

Cengage Learning Australia

ISBN 9780170373159

 

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  • Academic Integrity
  • Academic Progress
  • Assessment and Feedback
  • Extension to Submission Dates
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  • Privacy
  • Special Consideration
  • Student Charter
  • Use of Electronic Mail

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Academic honesty is a fundamental principle in teaching, learning, research and scholarship. The University requires its academic staff and students to observe the highest ethical standards in all aspects of academic work and it demonstrates its commitment to these values by awarding due credit for honestly conducted scholarly work, and by penalising academic misconduct and all forms of cheating. Academic Integrity Procedures (2012, p. 1 of 6)

Academic misconduct includes improper referencing, plagiarism, copying and cheating.  You should familiarise yourself with your responsibilities in relation to Academic Integrity and if you have any questions, direct them to your Course Coordinator. Information can be found on the website at: Academic Integrity, Student administration, La Trobe University All hard copy assignments should be accompanied by the Academic Integrity Assignment Declaration Form available at:

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The University requires fair, consistent and transparent treatment of late submission of assessment tasks. The procedure for late submission is documented in the Late Submission of Assessment Tasks document (Ref. no. 112027D). It states:

The standard penalty for late submission of assessment tasks is 5% of the marks for that task for each delay in submission of a day or partial day up to a maximum of five (5) working days after the due date. Assessment tasks will not be accepted after the earlier of the following occurrences:

  • The fifth (5th) working day after the due date; or
  • Feedback on the assessment task has been returned to any student by the Teaching Team member.

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Schedule of Learning Activities

Session Plan

Week          Topic                             Activity Resources SILOs GCs
1 Strategic

Management and

Strategic

Competitiveness

Seminar and Introduction Hanson et al.6th ed

Ch1

ISBN 9780170373159

1, 2, 3 a, b, c, d, e, f g,
2 The external environment. Seminar and Case Study Hanson et al.6th ed

Ch2

ISBN 9780170373159

1, 2, 3 a, b, c, d, e, f g,
3 The internal organisation. Seminar and Case Study Hanson et al.6th ed

Ch3

ISBN 9780170373159

1, 2, 3 a, b, c, d, e, f g,
4 Business Level Strategy Seminar and Case Study Hanson et al.6th ed

Ch4

ISBN 9780170373159

1, 2, 3 a, b, c, d, e, f g,
5 Competitive Rivalry and Competitive Dynamics Seminar and Case Study Hanson et al.6th ed Ch5

ISBN 9780170373159

1, 2, 3 a, b, c, d, e, f g,
6 Corporate Level Strategy Seminar and Case Study Hanson et al.6th ed

Ch6

ISBN 9780170373159

2, 3 a, c, d, f
7 Merger and acquisition strategies Seminar and Case Study Hanson et al.6th ed

Ch7

ISBN 9780170373159

1, 2, 3 a, b, c, d, e, f g,
8 International Strategy Seminar and Case Study Hanson et al.6th ed

Ch8

ISBN 9780170373159

1, 2, 3 a, b, c, d, e, f g,
9 Co-operative Strategy Seminar and Case Study Hanson et al.6th ed

Ch9

ISBN 9780170373159

1, 2, 3 a, b, c, d, e, f g,
10 Corporate Governance Seminar and Case Study Hanson et al.6th ed

Ch10

ISBN 9780170373159

1, 2, 3 a, b, c, d, e, f g,
11 Organisational

Structure and

Controls

Seminar and Case Study Hanson et al.6th ed

Ch11

ISBN 9780170373159

1, 2, 3 a, b, c, d, e, f g,
12 Strategic Leadership Seminar and Case Study Hanson et al.6th ed

Ch12

ISBN 9780170373159

2, 3 a, c, d, f

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Not applicable to this subject.

 

Assessment and Feedback Details

 

Assessment Task 1                            Due Date %       SILOs

Assessed

 
Individual Authentic Learning – Active Case – Assignment 1200 words 11:55pm

28 March

2021

30 01 Results released during semester. This item will report on the Graduate Capability of Critical Thinking.

 

Description of Task  
Read the passage from the LMS Assessment Task 1 section and undertake a strategic analysis by providing:

1.       Background to the study including a brief history of Tesla.

2.       A discussion of the challenges faced by Tesla since its founding by Elon Musk.

3.       An external environmental analysis of the political, economic, social and technological forces affecting Tesla in China.

Task Topic:

Discuss the decision made by Tesla to manufacture motor vehicles in China. Provide a background to the study discussing the rise of Tesla and issues the company has faced. Provide an external environmental analysis of the political, economic, social and technological forces affecting Tesla in China.

Submission Details  
LMS Turn-it-In submission only  
Grading Criteria and Feedback Criteria Weighting
1.       Hurdle requirement Pass/Not Pass:

 

No Marks are awarded in this criterion.

a.                  Hurdle Pass: The item has been presented in the medium of written English. Sentences are structured and conform to academic writing guidelines. The paper has an identifiable structure including an introduction, a main body, and conclusion. The paper follows the Harvard Referencing Style. The examiner can proceed with further assessment.

b.                  Hurdle Not Pass: The item has not been presented in the medium of written English and the examiner cannot proceed with further assessment. Sentences are not structured and do not conform to academic writing guidelines. The paper does not have an identifiable structure including an introduction, a main body, and conclusion. This paper does not follow the Harvard Referencing Style.

2. The response provides a background to the study, including a brief history of the firm, with reference to both the core text and the academic literature.

 

This section has a total potential value of 10 marks.

a.  Exceeded (8-10 marks)

b.  Comprehensive (7.5-7.9 marks)

c.  Developing (7-7.4 marks)

d.  Met (5-6.9 marks)

e.  Not Met (0-4.9 marks)

3. The response provides a discussion of challenges faced by the firm since its foundation, with reference to the core text and the academic literature (Hanson Part1, Ch2).

 

This section has a total potential value of 10 marks.

a.  Exceeded (8-10 marks)

b.  Comprehensive (7.5-7.9 marks)

c.  Developing (7-7.4 marks)

d.  Met (5-6.9 marks)

e.  Not Met (0-4.9 marks)

4. The response provides an external environmental analysis of the political, economic, social and technological forces affecting the firm in its recent venture, inclusive of references to the core text and the academic literature.

 

This section has a total potential value of 10 marks.

a.  Exceeded (8-10 marks)

b.  Comprehensive (7.5-7.9 marks)

c.  Developing (7-7.4 marks)

d.  Met (5-6.9 marks)

e.  Not Met (0-4.9 marks)

5. Examiner’s Comment. No marks are awarded in this criterion.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Assessment Task 2                  Due Date                     %     SILOs

Assessed

 
Individual Authentic

Learning (Quantitative Literacy Active Case) 1200 words

11:55pm

02 May 2021

30 03 Results released during semester.

This assessment will report on the Graduate Capabilities of

Quantitative Literacy and Discipline-specific knowledge and skills.

 
  Description of Task  
Read the task in the LMS Assessment Section.

Provide a quantitative analysis of the selected case study using the following structure:

Task Purpose:

The purpose of Assessment Task 2 is to have students undertake a strategic financial analysis demonstrating quantitative literacy. Quantitative literacy is a required Graduate Capability for this subject.

 

 
  1.       Introduce the company and industry (include a description of the purposes of the report)

2.       Provide tables containing the profitability, liquidity and leverage ratios for GOGO MOTORS COMPANY and its major competitor SWIFTY MOTOR COMPANY for a period spanning 3 years.

3.       Provide a written explanation of each ratio and compare the overall financials of both companies. Assume here that your examiner is not an accountant or data analyst.

4.       Conclude the portfolio by discussing which one of the two car companies is better suited for investment (buying shares), discuss the strategic implications for GOGO MOTOR COMPANY Inc.

5.       Provide a list of references.

 
   
  Submission Details  
LMS Turn-it-In submission only    
   Grading Criteria and Feedback                                                                   Criteria Weighting  
  1.             Hurdle requirement Pass/Not Pass:

 

No Marks are awarded for this criterion.

a.                The item has been presented in the medium of written English. Sentences are structured and conform to academic writing guidelines. The paper has an identifiable structure including an introduction, a main body, and conclusion. The paper follows the Harvard Referencing Style. The examiner can proceed with further assessment.

b.                The item has not been presented in the medium of written English and the examiner cannot proceed with further assessment. Sentences are not structured and do not conform to academic writing guidelines. The paper does not have an identifiable structure including an introduction, a main body, and conclusion. The paper does not follow the Harvard referencing style where references have been used.

 
2.             The response provides an introduction and background to the study.

 

This section has a total potential value of 10 marks.

a.  Exceeded (8-10 marks)

b.  Comprehensive (7.5-7.9 marks)

c.  Developing (7-7.4 marks)

d.  Met (5-6.9 marks)

e.  Not Met (0-4.9 marks)

 
  3.             Facts, tables, and charts modelling the solution.

 

This section has a total potential value of 10 marks.

a.  Exceeded (8-10 marks)

b.  Comprehensive (7.5-7.9 marks)

c.  Developing (7-7.4 marks)

d.  Met (5-6.9 marks)

e.  Not Met (0-4.9 marks)

 
4. A written interpretation and explanation of the tables and their calculations.

 

This section has a total potential value of 10 marks.

a.  Exceeded (8-10 marks)

b.  Comprehensive (7.5-7.9 marks)

c.  Developing (7-7.4 marks)

d.  Met (5-6.9 marks)

e.  Not Met (0-4.9 marks)

 
5. Examiner’s Comment. No marks are awarded for this criterion.

 

 

 

Assessment Task 3            Due Date                            %       SILOs

Assessed

 
Assessment Task 3:

Individual Research

Portfolio 1200 words

11:55pm 06 June 2021 30 02, 04 Results not released during semester. This item will report on the Graduate Capability of Inquiry/Research
Description of Task  
This is an individual Assessment Task Item

Research and respond to the Task Topic adjacent. Your response should include these sections:

1.       A background to the firm and its pre-existing governance structures.

2.       An analysis describing what led to the governance flaws in the firm.

3.       A discussion of the effects of the tweet upon the firm, the CEO and the market.

4.       An explanation of the actions taken to redress the governance flaws in the firm by the firm and by government.

Task Topic:

Within the context of corporate governance structures, students must research, consider, analyse and provide referenced comment upon the infamous tweet by Elon Musk made August 8, 2018 at 3:48am:

 

“Am considering taking Tesla private at $420. Funding secured.”

Submission Details  
LMS Turn-it-In submission only  
Grading Criteria and Feedback Criteria Weighting
              1.       Hurdle requirement Pass/Not Pass:

 

No Marks are awarded for this criterion.

a.                  The item has been presented in the medium of written English. Sentences are structured and conform to academic writing guidelines. The paper has an identifiable structure including an introduction, a main body, and conclusion. The paper follows the Harvard Referencing Style. The examiner can proceed with further assessment.

b.                  The item has not been presented in the medium of written English and the examiner cannot proceed with further assessment. Sentences are not structured and do not conform to academic writing guidelines. The paper does not have an identifiable structure including an introduction, a main body, and conclusion. The paper does not follow the Harvard Referencing Style.

2. The response provides a background to the firm and its pre-existing governance structures, with reference to the core text and the academic literature.

 

This section has a total potential value of 10 marks.

a.  Exceeded (8-10 marks)

b.  Comprehensive (7.5-7.9 marks)

c.  Developing (7-7.4 marks)

d.  Met (5-6.9 marks)

e.  Not Met (0-4.9 marks)

3. The response provides an analysis describing what led to the governance flaws in the firm, with reference to the core text and the academic literature.

 

This section has a total potential value of 10 marks.

a.  Exceeded (8-10 marks)

b.  Comprehensive (7.5-7.9 marks)

c.  Developing (7-7.4 marks)

d.  Met (5-6.9 marks)

e.  Not Met (0-4.9 marks)

4.         The response provides a discussion of the effects of the tweet upon the firm, the CEO and the market, with reference to the core text and the academic literature.

 

This section has a total potential value of 10 marks.

 

a.  Exceeded (8-10 marks)

b.  Comprehensive (7.5-7.9 marks)

c.  Developing (7-7.4 marks)

d.  Met (5-6.9 marks)

e.  Not Met (0-4.9 marks)

5. The response provides an explanation of the actions taken to redress the governance flaws in the firm by the firm and by government, with reference to the core text and the academic literature.

 

This section has a total potential value of 10 marks.

a.  Exceeded (8-10 marks)

b.  Comprehensive (7.5-7.9 marks)

c.  Developing (7-7.4 marks)

d.  Met (5-6.9 marks)

e.  Not Met (0-4.9 marks)

6. Examiner’s Comment. No marks are awarded for this criterion.  

 

Assessment Task 4                            Due Date %       SILOs

Assessed

 
Assessment Task 4: Individual online tests of weekly work (900 words equivalent) See Test

Schedule

Below

10 04 Results released during semester. This item will report on Discipline Specific knowledge.
Description of Task Test Schedule
Undertake five, online, multiple-choice tests of discipline specific knowledge derived from weekly case-study group work.

 

Test 1:

Opens 21 March 11:55pm

Closes 28 March 11:55pm

 

Test 2:

Opens 18 April 11:55pm

Closes 25 April 11:55pm

 

Test 3:

Opens 25 April 11:55pm

Closes 02 May 11:55pm

 

Test 4:

Opens 09 May 11:55pm

Closes 16 May 11:55pm

 

Test 5:

Opens 23 May 11:55pm

Closes 30 May 11:55pm

Submission Details  
LMS submission only  

 

Assessment and Feedback – College/School/Discipline-specific information

Not applicable in this subject