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Implantation By Turning Strategy Into Action And Results

Implantation By Turning Strategy Into Action And Results

Duration (Days)

2

Overview
  • Develop a broad knowledge and critical understanding of the role of the strategic management function within organisations.

  • To review organisation practice against given theoretical models and provide considered responses to given problems.

Objectives
  • Develop a broad knowledge and critical understanding of the role of the strategic management function within organisations.

  • To review organisation practice against given theoretical models and provide considered responses to given problems.

Course Outline
  • Organisational development

  • The dynamics of resource development

  • Dynamics of environmental development

  • Resource Allocation, Strategic Planning and Control

  • Link between strategy development and implementation.

  • Objectives, task setting and communicating strategy

  • Resource allocation

  • Strategic planning

  • Corporate Performance, Governance and Business Ethics Stakeholders and corporate performance

  • Agency theory

  • Governance mechanisms

  • Causes of change

  • Prescriptive approaches to managing strategic change

  • Emergent approaches to managing change

  • Developing a strategic change programme