Business Strategy for Competitive Advantage
The recent decades have witnessed the transition of information as a vital competitive asset for business organizations of every operating industry. In alignment with the massive technological advancements, business organizations through the utilization of technological tools and solutions have managed to amplify their business output and overall performance. The current dynamic market environments have emphasized the necessity for organizations to develop adequate business strategies that will reflect upon the industrial standards, customer demands, as well as technological developments that will enable the organization to establish a competitive advantage over the market.
In this online course, the students will learn about the close relationship between technology and business strategy in the modern era. “Business Strategy for Competitive Advantage” online course is designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of how to appropriately follow the steps of developing a business strategy that ultimately helps the organization achieve a competitive advantage over the operating market. The course consists of ten (10) modules, which cover strategic management, competitive advantage development, the internal and external suitability of an organization, the relationship between information and competitive advantage, as well as developing strategic thinking capabilities.
Upon the successful completion of the course, the student/participant will become familiar with the following concepts and will be able to:
- Thoroughly examine the industrial environment in a strategic context.
- Analyze and evaluate the existing business strategies and for developing new strategies accordingly with the organizational and market demands.
- Remove barriers to developing successful strategies by incorporating successful frameworks for supporting the digital transformation processes.
- Develop successful business strategies that will drive your business towards achieving and sustaining a competitive advantage.
Course Modules & Duration:
The Business Strategy for Competitive Advantage online course is projected to take six (6) hours to complete – including the final quiz.
|Module 1: Strategic Management||30 minutes|
|Module 2: Developing a Competitive Edge||30 minutes|
|Module 3: Developing Competitive Edge||30 minutes|
|Module 4: Innovation and Emerging Technologies||30 minutes|
|Module 5: Utilizing Information for Competitive Advantage||30 minutes|
|Module 6: Analyze Your Organization’s Internal Suitability||30 minutes|
|Module 7: Analyze Your Organization’s External Suitability||30 minutes|
|Module 8: Maintain Your Organization’s Dynamic Suitability||30 minutes|
|Module 9: Developing New Initiatives and Strategies||30 minutes|
|Module 10: Strategic Thinking||30 minutes|
|Final Quiz: A quiz that consists of 30 questions (passing score 60%)||1 hour|
As soon as you finish the online course, you can download your Certificate of Achievement. This will also be accessible in your account any time you log in. Your Certificate of Achievement includes the online course you have studied, your name, the date of completion, and a verification number that can be used by future employers to verify that you passed your course.
The Business Strategy for Competitive Advantage online course is divided into manageable modules and topics. Go through these modules at your own pace and learn about each of the topics in the online course. We use images, written information, diagrams, and other resources to help you get to know the content without any problems. This online course is designed to progress without any assistance, but our support staff can be contacted if you need us.
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“The biggest risk is not taking any risk… In a world that’s changing really quickly, the only strategy that is guaranteed to fail, is not taking risks.”Mark Zuckerberg