This *In-house* training programme takes your management team on comprehensive journey through the strategic management lifecycle, populated with over 35 useful tools and techniques for analysis and planning
Exercise – Identifying any specific learning requestsThe Strategic Context
Exercise – case study analysis of Goodyear Tire Company’s challenge from MichelinOptions for Strategic Management
Exercise – develop a vision statement using a case studyEnvironmental Turbulence
Exercise – analyse the changing strategic intent of a multinational company, over a period of many years
Exercise – produce a value chain analysis for an exemplar organisation
Exercise – produce a core competence analysis for exemplar organisationExternal Analysis Frameworks
Exercise – produce a PESTLEID analysis of a case study of a real organisation
Exercise – produce a five forces model for the cola market
Exercise – discuss the industry lifecycle and cycles of competition models and make a short presentation of examples of each
Exercise – review a generic strategic audit questionnaire and decide what to add/delete for use in your organisationGenerating Potential Actions
Exercise – produce a SWOT analysis, building on the PESTLEID in the previous exercise
Exercise – use scenario planning techniques to create two scenarios (worst case, best case), for the business environmentSetting Strategic Objectives
Exercise – produce a draft balanced scorecard
Exercise – conduct a portfolio analysis and make recommendations about strategic choices
Exercise – critique an organizations strategic approach, using a case study of a successful global consumer goods companyDeveloping Strategic Themes *How to align strategy with actions
Exercise – case study analysis, identifying strategic themesPlanning to Implement
Exercise – write a policy to implement a new strategyEngaging Stakeholders
Exercise – conduct a stakeholder saliency analysis, using an organization in your regionManaging Risks
Exercise – identify, assess and prepare responses to risks identified in a case studyEvaluating Strategy
Exercise – analyse the reasons for a failing strategy and assemble a recovery plan
James Graham has over 30 years’ experience in strategy and execution, gained as a practitioner and developmental facilitator in 38 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and North America. He was awarded an MSc degree in Consulting, is PMP® certified and holds a British Computer Society Certificate in Business Process Modelling.
He is passionate about helping people to develop themselves and makes complex topics easy to understand, by ‘chunking’ them into digestible and logical modules, combining short and focused theory blocks, with ample ‘hands on’ interactive exercises, where participants are able to apply all four learning styles (activist, pragmatist, reflector and theorist) to practice newly gained skills.
We don't have any currently scheduled dates for this course but we can customise it to your requirements and deliver it on an in-house basis for any number of your staff or colleagues.
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