To survive in the future, a company will have to constantly reinvent itself and take advantage of strategic opportunities. Many companies, however, struggle with business development and innovation. Classic strategic management approaches have to be reassessed, and then enhanced with the latest trends and future developments. This seminar will give you the guidelines you need to develop strategy by thinking outside the box. 3 days.
If you are a strategic leader in your field of business, you cannot assume the recipes for success that got you there will do the same in the future. How can you escape classic planning logic? What new approaches to your business can enrich existing customers, win new customers and ward off competitors? Is the way you define your current business still correct? How can you put your company on its next path to success? How can you balance what is new with what is proven? How can you make employees drivers, and not victims, of change? What parameters will allow you to go on the offensive when pursuing opportunities that constantly present themselves? This seminar will inspire and give a set of guidelines to anyone, for whom the status quo is no longer good enough.
Participants should be men and women who lead areas of a company, CEOs and board members, people responsible for product processes and segments of business, company founders, consultants, and representatives of professional organizations like lawyers and physicians. This seminar is also specifically created for members of supervisory boards, politicians responsible for economic policy, and venture capitalists from the private equity sector. All participants will benefit from this wide spectrum of expertise from people working in so many different industries and jobs.