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Readings: Towndrow, P. A. & Vaish, V. (2009). Wireless laptops in English classrooms: A SWOT analysis from Singapore. Educational Media International, 46(3), 207-221.
McDonald`s Business Analysis. Retrieved from http://ezinearticles.com/?McDonalds-Business-Analysis&id=687438,
Kazaz, A. & Ulubeyli, S. (2009). Strategic management practices in Turkish construction firms. Journal of Management in Engineering, 25(4), 185-194.
Turning Business Threats to Opportunities. Retrieved from http://www.submityourarticle.com/articles/J-Dubo-1061/Business-Threats-7127.php
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In the Towndrow and Vaish (2009) reading assess if the authors identified internal strengths and weaknesses.
How can the Turkish construction company in the Kazaz & Ulubeyli (2009) article convert their (a) weaknesses into strenths, and (b) threats into opportunities?
Ling, F., Pham, V., & Hoang, T. (2009). Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats for architectural, engineering, and construction firms: Case study of Vietnam. Journal of Construction Engineering & Management, 135(10), 1105-1113. Retrieved from EBSCO multi-search in the Touro library.
Search TUW Academic databases, the Internet, and other peer reviewed online articles to discover how to create a good SWOT analysis.
Synthesis Writing. Retrieved from https://www.msu.edu/~jdowell/135/Synthesis.html#anchor48017
After reading the Ling, Pham, and Hoang (2009) article select at least 3 items regarding strengths and weaknesses for Vietnamese firms. Synthesize your analysis.
Continuing with the Ling, Pham, and Hoang (2009) article select at least 3 items regarding opportunities and threats for Vietnamese firms. Synthesize your analysis.
Birnbaum, B. (n.d.). Your action plan: Converting your strategy into action. Retrieved July 14, 2016, from http://nicholaswatson2002.wix.com/tutorials#!week-6/cthh
Ozcan, A., & Turan, O. (2009). Analytical investigation of marine casualties at the Strait of Istanbul with SWOT–AHP method. Maritime Policy & Management, 36(2), 131-145. Retrieved from http://strathprints.strath.ac.uk/13824/1/OT_Analytical_Investigation_mar_pol_man.pdf
Share ideas and academic resources on how to get started in writing your case assignment about L’Oréal Company.
Discuss the key elements of a strategic action plan?
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Who should be involved in strategic planning? (n.d.). Retrieved February 13, 2016, from http://work911.com/planningmaster/faq/processwho.htm
Who should we involve when developing the strategic action plan?
Discuss the elements necessary in a strategic action plan executive summary.
Barrella, E. M. & Buffinton, K. W. (2009). Corporate Assessment of Strategic Issues in Technology Management. Engineering Management Journal, 21(1), 27-33.
Odder, A. R. (2009). We know how to turn schools around -- We just haven`t done it. Education Week, 29(14), 22-23.
Taylor, J. S. et al. (2008). Leadership and strategic management: Keys to institutional priorities and planning. European Journal of Education, 43(3), 369-386.
How do team/group dynamics affect strategic planning in the organization?
Describe a leader (past or present) you know that had a positive impact within an organization’s strategic plan.
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(2010). Importance of strategic management in the implementation of private medicine retailer programmes: Case studies from three districts in Kenya. BMC Health Services Research, 2010 Supplement 1, 10, 1-11.
Neilson, R. E. (2009). Ensuring strategic direction: Using principles-based strategy and scenarios together. World Future Review, 1(1), 17-22.
Zabalza, K. & Matey, J. (n.d.)Strategic Management Development from the State-owned Company to the Private Company. Retreived December 8, 2010, from http://www.wbiconpro.com/06-Koldo-Pro-Spain.pdf
Discuss the complexities and politics associated with public/government based organizations.
What are the differences and similarities between strategic management and planning for the private and public sectors?
How does contemporary (modern) business environment influence decision makers in strategic management and planning?
Is an organization’s governing board necessary in managerial strategy and planning? Explain
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In the Towndrow and Vaishthe authors correctly identified a number of weaknesses. They noted that learners did not explore new media and constrained themselves to the computers in Class. The authors also noted that the use Wireless Laptops resulted in the teaching methodology changing to more of a lecture style presentation. Students further invested more in overt test preparations rather than in the actual learning CITATION Tow09 l 1033 (Towndrow, P. A. & Vaish, V., 2009). The inability to use new media is a weakness because it inhibits the platforms through which learners can access content. The learners should be trained on mobile platforms. This would make the weakness a strength. The learners would be able to access content at any time on their mobile devices, regardless of where they are. This would revolutionize the learning process. The use of wireless laptops is a strength. The delivery of content however, affects the quality of the material. The delivery mode should be changed from a lecture style to a discussion paradigm. Where the lecturer engages the students in the lecture rather than rote delivery of content. The investment in overt test preparations indicates that the exam depends more on memorization. This can be changed, to an examination paradigm that requires learners to solve problems based on the material...