Global Business Strategy Dissertation Topics

| January 24, 2015

Global business strategy focuses on understanding the main strategic issues that organisations face when they decide to go global. Specifically the issues relate to three areas: understanding global strategic analysis, formulation of a global strategy, and sources of competitive advantage in a given company.

  • What are the risks and benefits of an International Joint Venture?
  • How to develop a business strategy to expand a business in an international market?
  • A comparative study of Mergers and Acquisitions within the Aviation sector: Case study of Air France and KLM.
  • A research on the exit strategy of foreign venture capital investment in international private business sector.
  • What are the business strategies and key success factors of Financial Holding Companies in the international environment?
  • How does an organisation benefit from an effective vendor management strategy?
  • Why are some vendor relationships more successful than others?
  • What are the barriers to knowledge sharing and utilisation in global project teams: A case study of ExxonMobil?
  • Can entrepreneurship be utilised as an effective management strategy within a business unit?
  • What effects will the strategy changes undertaken by Next Plc have on themselves and their competition in the UK clothing retail market.
  • An assessment of sustainable competitive advantage within the UK DIY Multiple Market Sector.
  • Develop your own definition of logistics that you think reflects how logistics is evolving and explain why you think it is appropriate for today and the next decade.
  • A study of the problems of managing international collaboration in the military aero-engine business.

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