Strategy Management In Uncertain Times
Open to the private sector only with minimum education qualification of having a Bachelors degree. Limited to 25 participants. Program cost is covered by KFAS. The registration will close upon either the deadline date of May 21, 2020 at 3:00pm, or upon exceeding the maximum number of applications received.
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for business managers who are involved in planning and decision making.
Strategy management is a critical process in all organizations. From establishing clarity on organizational purpose through to making informed choices on strategic options, through to aligning and managing strategy implementation, organizations are faced with a series of challenges that need effective decision making and process implementation. In ‘normal’ times, effective strategy management is a challenge for many organizations as it involves managing many external uncontrollable. In our current environment of Covid 19, this issue only served to illustrate how fragile many are many business models. This programme helps organizations look
at their end to end process of strategy and create a strategy management framework for uncertain times. Starting with some strategy basics, the programme goes on to explore how organizations can develop strategy that is resilient to external shocks and can be adaptive both to threats and opportunities that will arise.
Upon successful completion of this program, attendees will have:
- Better understanding of the tools and processes involved In managing strategy
- Understanding of options for enhancing organizational value and competitive advantage through better strategy development
- A clear understanding of the critical steps in strategy planning and strategy implementation
- A model for strategy implementation including alignment of strategy with budgeting and human resource requirements
- An understanding of the role of risk management assessment in strategy
- A selection of tools to reduce and share strategic risk to cope with unforeseen external occurrences