A dynamic strategic process is a critical part of delivering stakeholder value and generating competitive advantage for your organisation. This intensive course provides insight into the board-level knowledge and skills required to create, implement and evaluate your organisation's strategy.
Explore the relationship between strategy, governance and risk and learn how to use tools and frameworks that support strategic thinking and decision-making. Get the practical insights into how to deliver your current business objectives while future-proofing your organisation.
By attending this course you will gain the knowledge and skills to:
"Describe the ingredients of effective strategic thinking and explain their link with the strategy process
"Carry out an analysis of a market or industry to reveal areas of possible strategic opportunity of threat
"Evaluate an organisation's capabilities to reveal relative strengths and capabilities
" Use strategic concepts and models to generate, evaluate and assess strategic options
" Describe how to conduct the implementation of a strategy and evaluate the potential ramifications.
Course venue and the IoD's cancellation policy follows:
Venue: The Royal Hamilton Amateur Dinghy Club.
A light breakfast, mid-morning and afternoon refreshments and lunch will be provided each day.
Please advise us in advance if you have any special dietary requirements.Course materials will be distributed to registrants at the beginning and possibly throughout the course.
Refunds will be granted upon receipt of written (email) notification of cancellation up to the cancellation deadline is 30 working days before the start of the course . We regret that cancellation requests received after the specified date cannot be refunded.
However, the IoD at its own discretion may review exceptional circumstances and vary this policy on a case by case basis (in which case a minimum $100 cancellation fee would apply).
Please note that refunds to American Express cards will incur a 4.5% deduction, this represents the non-refundable fee charged to the BII and we regret that this fee must be passed on to registrants.
Course change requests:
Course change requests occur when the same person transfers from one seminar to another, subject to availability, and cannot be guaranteed. Course change requests must be made before the cancellation deadline. A minimum transfer fee of $50 will apply.
'No-shows' are registrants who do not attend the seminar for which they are registered. No refund- credit, partial or full will be given to No-shows, regardless of the method of payment.