Strategic change for business sustainability.
The case is targeted at the BA level and MBA level, and strategic management courses.
The case study focuses on strategic change for business sustainability in the commercial bank sector in Thailand. It describes how Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) developed and implemented strategic change to achieve business sustainability in the economic fluctuations, and the competition in the banking market. SCB is a very long established bank which held the highest market capitalization among Thai Financial Institutions, and it was on the verge of bankruptcy in the Asian financial crisis in 1997.
Expected learning outcomes
These include developing students' understanding of the context and practices of strategic change and the nature of theoretical traditions in the field of strategic change.
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Pinprayong, B. and Wongsurawat, W. (2012), "Strategic change for sustainability in Thai Commercial Bank", Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies, Vol. 2 No. 8. https://doi.org/10.1108/20450621211291824Download as .RIS
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