The quest for competitive advantage

1. This is a reflection from the first chapter to last of the text. What were some new concepts/techniques/processes that you learned in this course, and/or that you can implement into the strategic planning of your organization (or even in your personal life)? How will the concepts learned from the text be of value to you as a student and a professional? No citations or references are required. Thompson, A. A., Peteraf, M. A., Gamble, J. E., & Strickland, A. J. (2015). Crafting and executing strategy: The quest for competitive advantage: Concepts and cases (20th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Irwin. 2. Discuss your impressions of how the course has been useful to the furtherance of your understanding of strategic planning. What elements of strategic planning should be emphasized to a greater degree for those entering the work force? What area(s), if any, do you suggest be added to courses in the future for preparation as strategic planners? (No citations/references needed.) first person writing is welcome. Thompson, A. A., Peteraf, M. A., Gamble, J. E., & Strickland, A. J. (2015). Crafting and executing strategy: The quest for competitive advantage: Concepts and cases (20th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Irwin.

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