Strategic planning is an organizational management activity that is used to set priorities, focus energy and resources, strengthen operations, ensure that employees and other stakeholders are working toward common goals. It further establishes agreement around intended outcomes/results and assesses and adjust the organization’s direction in response to a changing environment. Therefore, the strategy is considered as a roadmap which mainly covers key aspects of planning, strategic planning, operational management, and strategic management. Moreover, Given the rapid pace of globalization and new business requirements, organizations must either cope with modern business trends or ready to face the risk and jeopardize its identity. Accordingly, the ability to realize the significance of an effective business plan and strategic planning will have a direct impact and effects on business results and outcomes. As a matter of fact, this will not only leverage the company’s strategic performance and financials; but it will also enhance employees’ productivity to better understand their roles and professional responsibility towards the business goals.
Understand the value and benefits of strategy roadmap and planning.
leading-edge knowledge and approaches for reviewing their company’s business overall strategy,
Being familiar with the strategic goals and projects’ execution to ensure true success and continual professional development.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone aspiring to increase his capabilities in this area
Day One: Effective Strategic Planning
Introduce the concept of planning and strategic planning.
Describe the general aspects of planning and developing a work plan.
Explain the benefits of strategic planning and types of plans.
Highlight the internal and external realities which affect work planning.
Share some guidelines on how to ensure effective strategic planning.
Day Two: Operating Model
Identify the phases related to the process of strategic planning.
Highlight the operating model and all the components related to it.
Define strategic goals and how they should be aligned with business strategy.
Recognize the main parties involved in the strategic planning process.
Share some tips and advice on how to implement a business plan strategy.
Day Three: Health Check
Identify the general factors and requirements for a health check.
Explain what information is required for a health check and follow-up.
Identify the main issues and challenged faced in reviewing the company’s status.
Use adequate resources to ensure competitive advantage and sustainability.
Provide some tips on how to apply an effective business strategy to ensure good results.
Day Four: Strategy Evaluation and Monitoring
Highlight the significance of strategy evaluation and monitoring.
Identify the parties that should be concerned in strategy evaluation and monitoring.
Explain the differences between cost-benefit analysis and return on investment.
Suggest some proactive/reactive measures to cope with changing circumstances.
Share some tips and advice on how to change and implement a business strategy.
Day Five: Performance Management and Development
Link performance management with changing factors and circumstances.
Identify individual SWOT points i.e. Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats.
Set a personal development plan and seeking professional development.
Identify the main challenges faced and seek constructive feedback.
Cope with various changes and seeking better results and outcomes.
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