Chapter 1 - What is Strategy?
Chapter 2 - Strategic Leadership: Managing the Strategy Process
Chapter 3 - External Analysis: Industry Structure, Competitive Forces, and Strategic Groups
Chapter 4 - Internal Analysis: Resources, Capabilities, and Core Competencies
Chapter 5 - Competitive Advantage, Firm Performance, and Business Models
Chapter 6 - Business Strategy: Differentiation, Cost Leadership, and Blue Oceans
Chapter 7 - Business Strategy: Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Platforms
Chapter 8 - Corporate Strategy: Vertical Integration and Diversification
Chapter 9 - Corporate Strategy: Strategic Alliances, Mergers and Acquisitions
Chapter 10 - Global Strategy: Competing Around the World
Chapter 11 - Organizational Design: Structure, Culture, and Control
Chapter 12 - Corporate Governance and Business Ethics
Cases with Detailed Teaching Notes
Module: How To Conduct a Case Analysis
MiniCase 1 - Michael Phelps: The Role of Strategy in Olympics and
MiniCase 2 - PepsiCo’s Indra Nooyi: Performance with Purpose
MiniCase 3 - Yahoo: From Internet Darling to Fire Sale
MiniCase 4 - How the Strategy Process Killed Innovation at
MiniCase 5 - Apple: The iPhone Turns 10, so What’s Next?
MiniCase 6 - Nike’s Core Competency: The Risky Business of
MiniCase 7 - Dynamic Capabilities at IBM
MiniCase 8 - Starbucks after Schultz: How to Sustain a Competitive
MiniCase 9 - Business Model Innovation: How Dollar Shave Club
MiniCase 10 - Competing on Business Models: Google vs.
MiniCase 11 - Can Amazon Trim the Fat at Whole Foods?
MiniCase 12 - LEGO's Turnaround: Brick by Brick
MiniCase 13 - Cirque du Soleil: Searching for a New Blue Ocean
MiniCase 14 - Wikipedia: Disrupting the Encyclopedia Business
MiniCase 15 - Disney: Building Billion-Dollar Franchises
MiniCase 16 - Hollywood Goes Global
MiniCase 17 - Samsung Electronics: Burned by Success?
MiniCase 18 - Does GM’s Future Lie in China?
MiniCase 19 - Flipkart vs. Amazon in India: Who’s Winning?
MiniCase 20 - Alibaba—China’s Ecommerce Giant: Challenging
MiniCase 21 - HP’s Boardroom Drama and Divorce
MiniCase 22 - UBS: A Pattern of Ethics Scandals
All full-length Cases as well as stand-alone Chapters and MiniCases are available at McGraw-Hill Create which allows you to customize your own course packages in print or ebook format. Cases are also available via Harvard Business School Publishing.
1. Uber Technologies
2. Starbucks Corporation
3. Netflix, Inc.
5. The Walt Disney Company
6. Tesla, Inc.
7. Apple Inc.
8. Amazon.com, Inc.
9. Best Buy Co., Inc.
10. Facebook, Inc.
11. McDonald’s Corporation
12. Alphabet’s Google
13. Delta Air Lines, Inc.
14. UPS in India
15. The Movie Exhibition Industry
16. Space X
17. Kickstarter: Using Crowdfunding to Launch
a New Board Game
18. Better World Books and the Triple Bottom Line
19. General Electric after GE Capital
20. IBM at the Crossroads
21. Merck & Co., Inc.
22. Grok: Action Intelligence for Fast Data
23. Make or Break at RIM: Launching BlackBerry 10