Who should attend
Business heads who are responsible for strategy formulation and execution of their business units, are best suited for this programme. Functional heads who are new to implementing strategy or are moving into a more challenging implementation role also stand to benefit from attending this programme.
About the course
Translate brilliant strategies into tangible results.
Powerful strategies, paired with disruptive technologies, make a winning combination on paper. The reality, however, is starkly different. Executing strategy effectively at scale is fraught with complexity. Moreover, leaders face growing pressure to implement strategies as effectively as they are conceived.
PUT STRATEGY INTO PRACTICE WITH AN INTEGRATIVE FRAMEWORK.
This intensive 3-day programme will help you build an integrative organisational strategy framework. You will learn how to envision, map and implement your business’ strategy journey. Through multiple case studies, relevant frameworks and holistic perspectives, the programme will show you how to overcome every challenge to execute a strategy like never before.
- Value Creation vs Value Capture: An integrative framework
- Strategy as a journey: Putting strategy into practice
- Understanding the basic principles of cost and differentiation strategies, including the trade-off between them
- Exploring and understanding the Strategy Canvas and Business Canvas
- Recognising how resources and capabilities need to be upgraded or changed for strategies to succeed
- How to deal with innovation: Value, Business Delivery System and Ecosystem Innovation
- The role of culture across organisations and strategy
- Build an integrative framework for strategy formulation and execution
- Create an organisational culture of putting strategy into practice
- Recognise and allocate resources needed for strategy to succeed
- Become a driver of execution-focused organisational culture
- Deliver impactful strategies that work in theory and in practice
- Transform into a dynamic leader with invaluable, transferrable skills
Ishtiaq Pasha Mahmood is a Professor at the NUS Business School where he studies and works with multinational and indigenous companies on their emerging market strategies. He joined the NUS faculty in 1999, after obtaining an economics degree from Oberlin College (1992) and a Ph.D. from Harvard (...
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