Fundamentals of Finance for Decision Making
Wednesday May 3, 2017
High Impact Strategic Planning
Wednesday April 26, 2017
Best Practices in Strategy Execution: Method + Mindset
Wednesday, May 31, 2017
The Strategic Management Program consists of three courses that are offered in the Executive Management Program; High Impact Strategic Planning, Best Practices in Strategy Execution and Fundamentals of Finance for Decision Making. Upon completion of these three courses, you will receive a Certificate of Attendance in the Strategic Management Program. You also have the option to choose two additional courses offered in the Executive Management program to receive the Certificate of Completion.
Each one day program is designed for mid to senior level managers and provides participants with a toolkit of resources that are applicable and relevant. Whether you have completed your MBA and are looking to update your skills, or want to further your career without committing to a full MBA program, this certificate of completion will help take you to the next level.
There are no prerequisite requirements to enrol in this program.
This course puts the critical pieces of the strategy puzzle together in a straightforward way that increases process understanding and the ability to implement a set of proven analytic and design tools. Case studies and participants’ own organizational examples are used to illustrate and deepen the lessons. As a manager, your organization’s success depends on effective strategic leadership. This course is designed to help you understand the challenges and opportunities that define the moment, what needs to be done, and how to mobilize people and resources with purpose and urgency.
In this one day intensive program, you will learn the fundamentals of finance as it relates to your organization. Participants who do not work in finance roles will be provided with a sound understanding of accounting and finance required to be effective in their organization. This program will look at the basic business finance language, the logic of business, and the structure and content of financial statements and key indicators.
It is estimated that 90% of strategies that fail falter in implementation. Most leaders start out with the best of intentions, but before too long, focus, energy and confidence can start to wane. Strategy execution has to compete for resources and attention with the demands of running the business. Unless you have prepared for this, the urgency of the day-to-day will always win out.
In this seminar, you will learn: