- Strategy is defined as an action plan, designed to achieve a goal, by sustaining long term competitive advantage.
- As technologies and processes converge, culture increasingly consolidates its position as THE critical success driver and a prime differentiating factor between success, failure and mediocrity.
- Strategy cannot be managed without a robust, strategic management system populated with agreed Key Performance Indicators and Critical Success Factor, and cannot be sustained without a comprehensive risk management program and corresponding controls.
- Strategy, in summary, is not a management cliché – it is a consequence of extensive dialogue between the board and management and takes into account strengths/weaknesses of the organization, resource allocation levels and opportunities/threats presented by the external business environment.
Course Facilitator: Ahmed Zafar
Participants of this 1 day program will understand the essential steps in building a sustainable strategy and the operating framework required to manage the strategic plan.
The program will consist of case studies, interactive discussions and analysis of the following topics;
- Culture – competitive advantage
- Business Balanced Scorecard – a strategic management system
- Strategy Maps & Value Curves – eliminate, reduce, raise & create factors of competition
- 7s model – align your organization for success
- Business Process Risk Management – identify and manage organizational risk
Who Should Attend?
This program is for all Executives & Managers involved in the strategy development process.