What Will Be Taught For This Course?
Though 90% of strategy failure during implementation, however the dilemma is that every organization, every manager, and every one of us at some point in time needs to strategize implement operate the derived strategy. The objective of this 3-day workshop addresses the amalgam of issues that hinder the successful execution of a strategy. It provides a step-by-step approach to overcome the pitfalls in converting a strategy into a portfolio of programs and projects to attain the required business results. A mediocre strategy being implemented successfully is more beneficial than an excellent strategy that is implemented poorly.
Take Home Value
The focus of this course is on developing 21st century action learning management competence to ensure that strategy starts from the strategic level is cascaded to the business unit level and connected to the operations level is truly coherence. This 3-day course has three take home values:
Enhancing execution capability of participant.
Enabling sharing of leadership styles relevant to successful strategy implementation.
Ensuring the hands-on experience of how to develop an enterprise balanced scorecard.
What You Will Learn
You will transform your knowledge of strategic management from theory to practice that works:
Understand the importance of alignment of values (what we believe?) to mission (why we exist?) and vision (what we want to be?) in the development of a coherent strategy focusing on the core competence of the organizational capability.
Understand the imperative of clarity in planning for converting the coherent strategy into prioritized projects to achieve on-time, on-budget, on-target requirements, leveraging on teamwork.
Understand the paramount importance of the right team composition, depending on the size and complexity of the project which requires different competence.
What did you learn and how will you do differently to improve the organizational capability to execute the coherent strategy faster, better, and cheaper than the competition.