Develop an ambitious strategy for your unit or organization

Strategic Thinking gives you the tools to undertake a thorough strategic analysis. The program is unique in the range of strategic alternatives you will be exposed to: performance moves, generic business models, and strategic innovation perspectives. You also will identify capability and resource gaps that have to be closed. 

By developing your ability to judge value-creating potential and risk, you will think more clearly about future challenges, developing viable new operating models and innovating to turn tech threats into opportunities.

Supported by your professional learning coach you will walk away with a tailor-made roadmap that directs your business or organization towards strategic initiatives that are both ambitious and realistic.

Think strategically

Make a habit of thinking strategically

Evaluate forces

Evaluate how internal and external forces might affect your strategic moves

Identify opportunities

Identify opportunities to improve your top and bottom line

Design your 60 day plan

Design a strategic roadmap and 60-day action plan for your business

Next session
Duration: 8 weeks of study (4-6 hours per week)
2021
from
08
Feb.
to
04
Apr.

Online

CHF 2,950

2021
from
03
May
to
27
June

Online

CHF 2,950

2021
from
11
Oct.
to
05
Dec.

Online

CHF 2,950

Special Offer

CHF 2,750 for IMD alumni

 

Application deadline closes 2 weeks before the session starts.

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