National Strategic Planning - NSP
Successful business planning needs objectives to be set and strategies to be created implemented and measured. This course will help you think effectively and use the strategic process to develop a sound understanding of the business opportunities and challenges you face. What does an organization want to achieve? How does it go about achieving it? These are the fundamental questions at the heart of strategic planning. This program will help you answer them.
In a world of rapid change, organizations that can identify the need for change, design the changes needed and implement these more effectively and efficiently than others are more likely to survive and prosper. Designed for senior managers holding substantive positions in organizations - this program will help you develop a strategic understanding beyond your functional specialty.
You’ll study four key elements: strategic planning; making strategies; work; project management and strategic risk management. Ideally suited to those already engaged in issues of organizational structure, the Course will deepen your understanding of the pressures faced by management and the organization as a whole.
- Introduction to strategy, planning and structure.
- Modeling the strategic planning process.
- Organization objectives.
- The organization and the economy.
- The organization and the market.
- Internal analysis of the organization.
- Making choices among strategies.
- Implementing and evaluating strategy.
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