STRATAGIC MANAGEMENT TRAININGS
STRATAGIC THINKING (ST)
Strategic Thinking gives you the tools to undertake a thorough strategic analysis. The program is unique in the range of strategic alternatives you will be exposed to: performance moves, generic business models, and strategic innovation perspectives. You also will identify capability and resource gaps that have to be closed. By developing your ability to judge value-creating potential and risk, you will think more clearly about future challenges, developing viable new operating models and innovating to turn tech threats into opportunities. Supported by your professional learning coach you will walk away with a tailor-made roadmap that directs your business or organization towards strategic initiatives that are both ambitious and realistic.
STRATEGY EXECUTION (SE)
Strategy Execution provides the results-oriented insights into what it takes to implement major change effectively. You will learn how to build a compelling vision, enabling you to sell a program internally. You will discover how to identify the right team members, pick the best ideas and allocate time and other resources to help them achieve your initiative. Armed with more developed powers of focus, you will also develop a robust toolset for overcoming complacency in yourself and others as the implementation stage proceeds.
STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS (SP)
Whether already involved in a strategic alliance or weighing up future options, you need the skills to build better partnerships to support your overall business strategy. Strategic Partnerships will help you create an ecosystem of strategic alliances to maximize your competitive advantage. Using your own business context as a live case study, you will identify and screen potential partners. By putting the right processes in place, you can ensure strategic partnerships are structured to your benefit, to borrow missing capabilities, adopt best practice and enter new markets cost-effectively. By developing mutual trust, you will leverage stable, fruitful strategic partnerships that also mitigate risk from competitors or imitators.
DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT TRAINING
The concept and practice of reducing disaster risks through systematic efforts to analyze and manage the causal factors of disasters, including through reduced exposure to hazards, lessened vulnerability of people and property, wise management of land and the environment, and improved preparedness for adverse events. A comprehensive approach to reduce disaster risks is set out in the United Nations-endorsed Hyogo Framework for Action, adopted in 2005, whose expected outcome is “The substantial reduction of disaster losses, in lives and the social, economic and environmental assets of communities and countries.” The International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (ISDR) system provides a vehicle for cooperation among Governments, organizations and civil society actors to assist in the implementation of the Framework. By the end of the training participants will be able to describe the components of disaster risk management, identify community vulnerability and capacities to deal with natural hazards, have strategies to strengthen the role of different organizations and groups in disaster risk management and be aware of the role of local aid workers in disaster management and additional needs to strengthen their participation in overall mechanism of disaster risk reduction