Course Detail

Managing Development Duration: 1 Week/s

Course Information

  • Course Price £4260 Plus VAT
  • Location UK Courses
  • Course Code MD
  • Course Date 3 Feb - 7 Feb 2020

Course Objectives:

The course is designed to help senior executives better understand the current and future global economic and social environment. To help senior executives manage the rate of change in organisations. To understand how to optimize their use of information, and knowledge to sustain competitive advantage

Who Should Attend?

Experienced executives, directors and general managers who have significant general management responsibilities, and who are interested in being part of an engaging educational experience that explore the challenges and opportunities that face organisations

Prerequisite Courses


Course Overview

  • Financial Management

  • - Assets, Liabilities, and the Balance Sheet
    - Revenue, Expenses and the Profit and Loss Account
    - Cash Flow
    - Interpretation of Financial Reports

  • Interpretation Techniques to assess:

  • - Liquidity
    - Profitability
    - Gearing/Leverage

  • Strategic Planning

  • The context for competitive strategy

  • Competitive strategy

  • Value creation

  • Redefinition of industry boundaries

  • New role of effective general management

  • Entrepreneurship, leadership and management

  • Marketing strategy

  • Marketing analysis

  • Competition and regulatory environment

  • Impact of e-commerce

  • Understanding the marketing mix

  • Impact of markets on product lines

  • Customer Relationship Management

  • Transforming the Internal Organisation

  • Communication - Infrastructure for the New Economy

  • Building intellectual capital

  • Careers in the new economy

  • Winning the war for talent

  • Compensation for results

  • Mentorship for development

  • Learning organisations

  • Work-life balance

  • What do leaders really do?

  • The role of top management

  • Acquiring and retaining intellectual capital

  • Why do transformation efforts fail?

  • Revolutionary change

  • Institutionalising change

  • Course Materials

    Hand out and Course notes