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  1. Reading: 15 items
    This is not a textbook type of module. Rather we highlight below thought leaders in the realm of the new strategic landscape and encourage you to explore their and others' thinking. We note prominent works as illustration. Your responsibility is to dive deeper and more personally so that you can contribute to the class discussions and further your and our collective learning.
    1. Opening Preparations: 1 item
      1. Bring to class a summary of reading of your choice that you have found thought provoking and insightful (not necessarilt about business). You will have a maximum of one minute to share.

    2. Required Module Reading: 1 item
      1. Case slides posted on Moodle; House of Commons. Business, Energy and Inductrial Strategy and Work and Pensions Committees. Carillion. 9 May 2018

    3. Recommended Reading: 13 items
      1. PLEASE NOTE:

         

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      2. Paradoxical Leadership to Enable Strategic Agility - Marianne W. Lewis, Constantine Andriopoulos, Wendy K. Smith 05/2014

        Article Recommended reading

      3. Thinking, fast and slow - Daniel Kahneman 2010

        Book Recommended reading

      4. The decision book: fifty models for strategic thinking - Mikael Krogerus, Roman Tschäppeler, Jenny Piening, Philip Earnhart 2017

        Book Recommended reading The revised edition.

      5. The decision book: fifty models for strategic thinking - Mikael Krogerus, Roman Tschäppeler, Jenny Piening, Philip Earnhart 2017

        Book Recommended reading This is an e-book of the item above

      6. Strategizing with Biases: Making Better Decisions Using the Mindspace Approach - Chengwei Liu, Ivo Vlaev, Christina Fang, Jerker Denrell 05/2017

        Article Recommended reading

      7. Administrative behavior: a study of decision-making processes in administrative organization - Herbert A. Simon 1976

        Book Recommended reading

      8. Administrative behavior: a study of decision-making processes in administrative organizations - Herbert A. Simon 1997

        Book Recommended reading This is an e-book of the item above

      9. "Both/And" Leadership. - Smith, Wendy K.Lewis, Marianne W.Tushman, Michael L. 2016

        Article Recommended reading This is a Harvard Business Review article

      10. Black box thinking: marginal gains and the secrets of high performance - Matthew Syed 2016

        Book Recommended reading

      11. The black swan: the impact of the highly improbable - Nassim Taleb c2007

        Book Recommended reading

      12. Antifragile: how to live in a world we don't understand - Nassim Taleb 2012

        Book Recommended reading

      13. Misbehaving: how economics became behavioural - Richard H. Thaler 2015

        Book Recommended reading

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