Higher education - Strategy
Prepare your undergraduate and MBA students for careers in business with our teaching resources for corporate strategy lecturers. Increase employability with online simulation MyStrategyExperience, and improve engagement using the interactive eBook, case study videos and self-assessments in RevelTM.
Underpinning classroom technology is textbook content from leading authors such as Johnson et al., and Lynch. Discover why over half of all strategic management readers choose Pearson. (Source: Nielsen 2016)
Technology enhanced learning
Save time on marking and prepare your students for class: Revel includes your chosen textbook with engaging videos, interactive exercises and customisable quizzes with automated marking. Spend more time on the application of strategy in contact hours by setting reading and self-assessed assignments in Revel.
Get in touch below to try a sample chapter of Revel for Exploring Strategy by Johnson et al.
Instructor Resource Centre
Offer students instant feedback without changing your course. Enhanced eBooks are standalone digital textbooks with integrated resources designed to aid learning and engagement.
They allow students to read and interact with their textbook content, with regular opportunities for self-assessment.
Enhanced eBook titles include Fundamentals of Strategy 4/e by Johnson et al.
New and widely adopted textbooks
Customise your own print or digital content
What your peers and students are saying
"It was such a great valuable learning hands-on learning experience! I will never forget the surprise and sheer happiness when we were awarded the best team! Real world excitement and stress in a safe environment."
— Postgraduate student, Regent's University London on MyStrategyExperience
Exploring Strategy Authors' Workshop, London
Led by the author team of Exploring Strategy and Fundamentals of Strategy, alongside case study writers, this rich annual event offers strategy teaching tips and presentations on contemporary cases. Fill in the form below to receive content from these events, or to express interest in future events.