Who should attend
This program is for mid- to senior-level managers who lead strategic decisions and are responsible for implementing them fast, efficiently and with impact.
About the course
For managers wanting to learn a set of powerful tools and organizational frameworks to successfully turn strategy into action.
Hult Ashridge research indicates that 70% of strategic plans fail to be executed, most commonly due to cultural blocks. In this program, participants will learn how to implement strategy and understand what the blockers are likely to be.
The program uses real projects participants need to implement. Through analyzing famous cinematic battle scenes and modern relevant case studies—among other methods—participants will learn the link behind behavioral influence and strategy translation. They will then focus on translating goals into actions, engaging people, exercising discipline, adapting and evolving.
Stephen Bungay is a Director of the Ashridge Strategic Management Centre, and teaches on several executive education programmes at Ashridge. One of the key concepts he explores is the distinction between the strategic, tactical and the executional levels in organisations, which effectively overco...
Hamish is a specialist in business strategy. He advises on processes for strategy formulation and implementation and is particularly interested in how strategy gets turned into action. He works with a number of corporate clients on executive development and strategic change initiatives. Clients ...
Hari has over a decade of experience in academia and business. His main interests are in strategy, innovation and entrepreneurship. His research looks at how businesses develop the culture, environment, and infrastructure to foster innovation and entrepreneurial activities. He holds an MSc (with ...
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