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The School of Strategy for Women Executives: Critical Decision Making Method And Strategies For Leaders (Fellowship and D.G.M honorary

 

INDUCTION COURSE BACKGROUND

The objective of the School of Strategy is to provide you with a highly-focused training experience that will enable you to look at your company, business, department and products in a completely different way. Sound strategy underpins the decisions we make in business every day, but many professionals have not been exposed to the many strategic tools that can be used to enhance performance and results dramatically. This intensive and thought-provoking program goes well beyond conventional academic theory and focuses on the key topics, strategies, and techniques needed in order to achieve practical excellence in today’s business world. The School of Strategy provides essential skills that a transformational business leader and manager will need in order to succeed. The program is designed to provide you with “real-world” strategic tools that have been tried, tested and utilised by some of the world’s leading organizations.

Strategy is a balance between what Mintzberg calls ‘art’ (insight and inspiration), ‘craft’ (experience) and ‘science’ (analysis). Many strategy programs are excellent at the analysis element, while often the key is being able to integrate it with experience and inspiration.

The course is meant to provide the fellows with a highly practical experience so that the new knowledge may be applied immediately upon return to their various organizations.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

The program will provide all the participants with practical management skills to promote excellence and motivational understanding within their own teams

  • Delegates will learn the importance of creative flexibility with focus as well as developing a well-balanced approach to business
  • An action framework will equip participants to improve their operational and strategic performance immediately
  • In addition, the program also focuses on the key influencing and interpersonal issues essential for success in today’s marketplace, but which are often neglected in most conventional management development programs

 

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