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Dr. Irina Liubertė completed her master studies in Organizational Psychology at Vilnius University. For thirteen years she worked in market research project management, methodology and compliance in the pharmaceutical market research industry. Her PhD thesis at ISM University of Management and Economics analyses knowledge sharing and secrecy practices in inter-firm cooperation and used a novel approach in management studies – practice theory lens. As a visiting PhD researcher, Irina has studied at Warwick Business School and Cass Business School. She presented papers at international scientific conference such as The Annual Meeting of Academy of Management and EGOS (European Group for Organization Studies) Colloquium.
As an Associate Professor in the Management Department, she teaches strategy (bachelor studies), and research methods (master and executive studies).
Organizational and Entrepreneuring practices,
Language and Communication,
Methodological issues in Organization studies.
Strategic management course focuses on the concept of strategy development and implementation by exploring the functions and nature of general management. Strategic management concepts and techniques are studied. The course serves as an opportunity to develop skills for strategic thinking and analysis, understanding of the major strategic problems of an organization, formulating business level strategies. The pedagogical approach includes lectures, computer simulation, practices, group and individual work by students. This course integrates all the knowledge acquired from various functional courses, coupled with new strategic management techniques learned, to chart the future direction of different organizations into a coherent view of organisation. As such it requires use of materials and knowledge gained during previous studies various disciplines of management.
To provide students the fundamental knowledge of strategic management concepts and techniques; to enable students to identify key problem in complex, comprehensive situation. The major responsibility of students in this course to make objective strategic decisions and present well supported recommendations for future action while justifying them through oral and written communication.