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Ha ha…. I was thinking of starting something similar for undergrads studying the generic ‘business strategy’ unit! Anyway, no point reinventing the wheel…. the youtube videos are absolutely fantastic for generating class discussion. A priceless treasure trove of material for a strategy teacher!

StrategyProfs.net

Some of you may remember Mason Carpenter’s old teaching web page with experiential exercises, videos, and other tips for teaching strategy. I’ve repackaged his content, added some of my own materials, and it can now be found at:

CarpenterStrategyToolbox.com

A quick tip is that you can now sort the resources by topic (click the category list on the right). I included the most common broad topics in a core strategy course so this should get you to something useful quickly. Probably most importantly, there is a mechanism so people can submit new tools and comment on exiting tools to keep the site fresh.

To give you a feel for it, here are links to a few exercises and resources that you might find particularly useful:

  • Global Alliance Game (focus is on the search for complementarities and hazards in negotiating to take advantage of them).

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Written by Amer Khan

July 23, 2012 at 9:36 pm

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  1. Whoa! The ‘experiential exercise’ section is an absolutely fantastic resource for simulating a variety of concepts!

    amerkhan

    July 23, 2012 at 9:46 pm


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