As business competition intensifies and technology leapfrogs with new advancements, many companies are formulating growth or transformation strategies to increase shareholder value. While formulating the new strategic direction is critical, many companies are facing tremendous challenges of re-building the organization to execute the new strategies.
Building Organizational Capability for Strategic Implementation provides a systematic framework to help companies determine their required organizational capabilities under new strategic direction, and to re-align employee competency, company culture, and organizational governance based on the new organizational capabilities.
Who Should Attend
Executives from all functional areas with responsibility for implementing company's strategies and improving organizational effectiveness are best suited for this program. Including general management and management teams, project teams, HR practitioners, business unit, functional unit and geographic managers and their management teams.
As a participant in this program, you will:
- Understand the strategic importance of people and organization capability in achieving business success
- Learn to mobilize people and resources to implement effective strategies
- Develop a framework that links people strategy with business strategy
- Learn the best practices on building organizational capability
Building Organizational Capability for Strategic Implementation is designed as interactive and pragmatic workshop that aims to engage participants to understand, learn, and apply important concepts and tools at their own company setting. A variety of different learning approaches will be used throughout the workshop, including case study, best practices examples, breakout group discussions, and application planning.
About the School
The Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan is a premier educational institution within one of the finest research universities worldwide. Our mission is to develop leaders in ... Read More