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Who should attend
Managers tasked with implementing strategy or managing organizational change. They need to be equipped with the tools necessary to turn strategy into actionable plans that yield tangible results for your organization
About the course
In the last decade, innovation has rapidly disrupted the world of business. Markets are calling for something new and organizations need to create strategic responses in order to maintain their competitive edge. However, our research suggests that 70% of strategic plans fail to be executed.
On the Translating Strategy into Action course, you will learn simple yet powerful, tools to become the 30% that actually drives abstract strategy from conception all the way through to completion. From analyzing famous cinematic battle scenes to understanding the link behind behavioral influence and strategy translation, you'll learn how to design successful execution roadmaps and overcome cultural blocks within your firm.
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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