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Creating Winning Strategies

Take the fear out of decision-making. Learn how to take intelligent risks, minimize biases in your assessments, and measure the quality of strategic decisions in our Creating Winning Strategies course. Enroll in this three-day course, and learn to strengthen your organization’s strategy and decision-making capabilities from our esteemed faculty.

Overview

Take the fear out of decision-making. Learn how to take intelligent risks, minimize biases in your assessments, and measure the quality of strategic decisions in our Creating Winning Strategies course. Aaron Stegemann, Polaris’s Business Development Manager, found that “the program not only provided valuable tools to use in setting strategies, but also forced you to take a deep look at your business strategy.”

Enroll in this three-day course, and learn to strengthen your organization’s strategy and decision-making capabilities from our esteemed faculty.  Instructor Leo Hopf is a very thought-provoking speaker who comes to the table with real-life situations that you can apply to your job,” Marcy Bosch, a finance manager, noted. The course’s framework will enable you to select the appropriate process for specific decisions, create and execute exceptional strategies, and deliver full value from your best performing products and businesses.

Program Date
March 10, 2015 to March 12, 2015
Monday - Friday days
Program times:
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Cost
  • Standard $3,500

Key Benefits

  • Improve your ability to identify and deliver full value with a proven, flexible, decision-focused strategy development process
  • Learn and practice decision tools for structuring decisions, creating choices, assessing information, identifying objectives, and evaluating strategic alternatives
  • Enhance your capability to think and execute strategically for both individual business and portfolio strategies

Audience

This program is designed for executives who desire to expand their capacity to think strategically in order to drive value creation, competitive advantage, and ultimately impact their company's bottom line. Managers moving into a position that will require strategic and executional thinking would also be good candidates.

Examples of past participant titles include:

  • Ecolab, Inc.
    Director, Global Sustainability – External Relations
  • Cargill, Inc.
    Process Manager
  • Medtronic, Inc.
    Senior Program Manager, Market Development
  • Target Corporation
    Regional Director, Assets Protection

Faculty