This module covers one of the most important strategic framworks: the SWOT analysis. The SWOT analysis provides insight into the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats a company faces at any point in time.
The Porter's Five Forces model provides a snapshop of the confluence of factors impacting an organization and given point in time. This module covers Porter's Five Forces by taking a close look at AirBnB.
This introductory module provides a brief summary of the goal of strategy as well as some of the tools business leaders have to frame opportunties. This module also covers one of the first strategic frameworks ever used: the BCG Matrix.
This case explores the background and history of Netflix, it's triumph over brick and morter competitors, and the emergence of new competitors in the digital streaming space. In particular, we take a look at Netflix cost profile to see how sustainable it's business profile is.
This module covers a fundamental concept in strategic analysis: Blue Ocean Strategy. The blue ocean strategy gives management a framework to help consider and evaluate the worthiness of new opportunities.
The intro to marketing module is comprised of three primer classes which cover the basics of marketing, best practices to consider, and introduces technical terminology that is used in management meetings.
This module covers the basic accounting framework by first running through Tesla's latest financial statement. By the end of this module you'll have a good sense of how to read and navigate the key data points on a company's financial statement.