How are you going to meet the challenge of major changes in markets, technology, competition and prospects that affect your business? How confident are you that you can chart an effective course for your teams that will cope with the increased speed of change that affects all organisations? This training course will enable you to answer these 2 questions and make robust decisions on the future of your part of the business.
This Oxford Management Centre Strategy and Strategic Planning training course enables delegates to analyse the performance and potential of their current and proposed future activities so that the profitable growth of their operations is sustained into the future. It is based on leading-edge thinking and shows how to apply the latest tools and techniques of analysis in a way that will enable you to evaluate prospective future activities and make the best choice in setting the future direction of your company, division or individual team.
The main objectives of this Oxford Management Centre training course are as follows:
Understand the significance and impact of strategic planning
Make choices on the future of your part of the business
Learn how to focus and concentrate resources for best results
Achieve alignment of resources for greatest impact
Identify the mature and extent of change required for sustained success
Ensure maximum effect in turning strategic planning into action
Who should attend?
Experienced managers from any part of a private or public sector organisation who need to add strategic management capabilities to their existing experience in operational activities. Specialists in the following areas will find this course particularly useful.
Finance and Budgeting
Supply Chain Design
Leading-edge Practice in Strategic Management
Evaluating Current and Potential Opportunities
Evaluating Performance and Prospects of our Operations
Making Strategic Choices
Creating an Effective Strategic Plan
Aligning Resources for Greatest Impact
Collaboration - The Role of Alliances and Joint Ventures
Best Practice in Implementing Strategy
Managing Strategic Development
Creating Tomorrow’s Organisation out of Today’s Organisation