Strategic Management case of Netflix. it is ok to focus in one brand or division

Strategic Management case of Netflix. it is ok to focus in one brand or division

Strategic Management case of Netflix. it is ok to focus in one brand or division of that company.
The mini-case should be between 1,000 words in length. The mini-case should present and explain a particular strategic problem or issue.
Your case may focus on one or two strategic problem or issue – make sure that the issue(s) you choose are clearly defined and explained using Ansoff Matrix. Ideally the title of the mini-case will be a provocative question that you intend to evaluate or critique. At the end of the case, I will advise that you end with one or two questions or a clear summary statement that would prepare readers of the case for the second part
In summary, when developing your mini-case you must (a) think critically about what strategic issue (s) you want to address, (b) consider which strategy framework(s) might be appropriate for analysing the issue, and (c) recognise that strategy problems rarely fit neatly into one framework
PART TWO
The purpose of this part of your essay is to critically analyse and ‘resolve’ the issue which you have set out in your mini-case study using the strategy frameworks and concepts discussed in this module
briefing note should include an in-depth analysis of one or two core concepts or frameworks, rather than a brief analysis of many different concepts. Ansoff Matrix
Start briefing note by introducing and ‘diagnosing’ the problem(s) set out in your mini-case, before moving into your in-depth analysis. Remember to keep your writing focused and succinct: don’t include case material that is not analysed in your briefing note, and, make sure your briefing note is focused on the material presented in your case. Instead use the briefing note to draw conclusions, interpret the data and provide a critical analytical synthesis of the case

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