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About the course
This experiential strategy program is targeted at leaders from the public, private and not-for-profit sectors who want to enhance their strategic thinking skills and business problem solving abilities.
The program captures the latest thinking from strategic management theory, delivers hands-on experience of the strategy consulting toolkit and adapts tried and tested strategic frameworks to contemporary and turbulent business conditions. This interactive and practical program allows participants to gain exposure to multiple strategy frameworks and to structured problem-solving in order to develop a range of skills critical to planning for the future. Modern business case histories from diverse industries are used to illustrate and develop critical thinking and facilitate the strategy development process. Strategies to foster and create innovative business models are illustrated – with participants gaining experience of how businesses and industries may change in future.
- What is strategy and does it matter?
- The ‘how’ and ‘why’ of strategy
- Business model innovation for turbulent times
- Structured problem-solving as a key strategy tool
- Strategy frameworks and principles
- Strategy business cases
- Strategy in action.
Who should attend
This program is designed for any person who wants to develop their strategic thinking, planning and doing competencies. It is particularly appropriate for managers who have or are moving into a position of strategic responsibility. The program is applicable to developing strategy within the private, public and not-for-profit sectors.
Trust the experts
Allan Trench is a mineral economist, geophysicist and business management consultant. Allan holds a BSc (Hons) Geology from the Royal School of Mines, London, a Ph.D (Geophysics) from Glasgow University, an MBA (Distinction) from Oxford University and an MSc (Distinction) in Mineral Economics f...
Minerals industry geologist, economist and strategist. Interests in exploration and mine project development, risk and value assessment, decision making, strategy, scenario planning, sustainability, social licence, non-technical risks, resource depletion and supply risks. Experience in copper, ti...