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Strategic Management: from Analysis to Action

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2 days
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Joëlle Zoghbi
Joëlle Zoghbi
Program Manager

In the midst of change, you have strategic choices to make about where your organization is headed and who you want to become. This inevitably leads to tension between:

  • What you must do to stay competitive
  • What you want to do to respect management’s preferences and values
  • What you can do with the resources at your disposal.

Your challenge as a manager is to fine-tune your analytical skills so you can make realistic strategic decisions and successfully follow through with them to foster your organization’s growth and hone your competitive edge. Re-examine the reasoning behind your strategy and its implementation in order to optimize the outcomes.

GOALS

  • Familiarize yourself with the main steps of strategic analysis.
  • Develop your analytical skills.
  • Learn how to use leading strategic analysis tools and grids and integrate them into your strategic management tasks.
  • Develop and implement corporate strategy.

IS THIS FOR YOU?

  • Senior executives
  • Leaders

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Discover the key to turning your strategic plans into concrete results.
  • Takeaways include a clear vision of how you will bring your strategy to life and an action plan for making it happen.
  • Make your organization more responsive so it can adapt to a constantly changing environment.

This seminar focuses on how to develop and execute strategies. It is impossible to know how to formulate an effective strategic approach without understanding everything this implies in terms of priorities and resources. It is therefore necessary to go beyond simple strategic planning and examine the underlying concepts and principles of strategic management, as well as recent developments in this field.

Among the themes to be addressed are:

  • Power of an effective business strategy and model
  • Strategic view of the competitive landscape
  • Competition based on resources and skills
  • How to establish strategic priorities
  • Creating value and gaining a competitive advantage
  • Developing a strategic action plan
  • Challenges of strategic leadership.

TRAINING APPROACH

  • Dynamic, interactive content
  • Business cases, most of which involve organizations based in Quebec
Louis Hébert

PhD (Management)

Professor, HEC Montréal

On-site

Strategic Management: from Analysis to Action

In the midst of change, you have strategic choices to make about where your organization is headed and who you want to become. This inevitably leads to tension between:

  • What you must do to stay competitive
  • What you want to do to respect management’s preferences and values
  • What you can do with the resources at your disposal.

Your challenge as a manager is to fine-tune your analytical skills so you can make realistic strategic decisions and successfully follow through with them to foster your organization’s growth and hone your competitive edge. Re-examine the reasoning behind your strategy and its implementation in order to optimize the outcomes.

Presentation Program Instructors

GOALS

  • Familiarize yourself with the main steps of strategic analysis.
  • Develop your analytical skills.
  • Learn how to use leading strategic analysis tools and grids and integrate them into your strategic management tasks.
  • Develop and implement corporate strategy.

IS THIS FOR YOU?

  • Senior executives
  • Leaders

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Discover the key to turning your strategic plans into concrete results.
  • Takeaways include a clear vision of how you will bring your strategy to life and an action plan for making it happen.
  • Make your organization more responsive so it can adapt to a constantly changing environment.

This seminar focuses on how to develop and execute strategies. It is impossible to know how to formulate an effective strategic approach without understanding everything this implies in terms of priorities and resources. It is therefore necessary to go beyond simple strategic planning and examine the underlying concepts and principles of strategic management, as well as recent developments in this field.

Among the themes to be addressed are:

  • Power of an effective business strategy and model
  • Strategic view of the competitive landscape
  • Competition based on resources and skills
  • How to establish strategic priorities
  • Creating value and gaining a competitive advantage
  • Developing a strategic action plan
  • Challenges of strategic leadership.

TRAINING APPROACH

  • Dynamic, interactive content
  • Business cases, most of which involve organizations based in Quebec
Louis Hébert

PhD (Management)

Professor, HEC Montréal

TESTIMONIAL(S)

"A practical approach to setting up an essential organization-wide process."

- Jean-Luc Deschamps, Senior Director - Certification and Advisory Services, Deloitte

“Very interesting subject, delivered by an equally interesting professor."

- Michel Bourdon, Vice-President Sales and Convention Services, Tourisme Montréal

“I warmly recommend this training to anyone who wants to take strategic actions by having developed more strategic thinking. It was two days well spent."

- Jason Luckerhoff, Associate Professor at UQTR and Communications Consultant

“The content of the seminar and the expertise of the professor match the excellence of HEC."

- Robert Lamothe, Director of Operations, Aliments Ouimet-Cordon Bleu

“Superb training which encourages a lot of reflection upon returning to the office!"

- Christian Fréchette, Vice-President, Sales and Marketing, Domco Group

“Interesting, motivating and very applicable training."

- Bruno Perrino, Vice-President, Commercial Insurance, L’Unique General Insurance
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