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Courses in Strategic Management 2020 in London in United Kingdom

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Strategic management shows students how to effectively and efficiently manage others in a business setting. Students learn how communication techniques, human behavior, and corporate policies impact the workplace and the individuals within it.

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Chartered Institute Of Personnel and Development (CIPD)

This programme has been specifically designed for busy practitioners who recognise the value of achieving a postgraduate level CIPD qualification. You need only attend on ... [+]

An intensive, fast-track qualification programme

Develop specific knowledge and understanding in the area of coaching and mentoring by reviewing, questioning and considering solutions to meet strategic business needs.

This programme has been specifically designed for busy practitioners who recognise the value of achieving a postgraduate level CIPD qualification. You need only attend one week of face-to-face workshops with the remaining support and submission being completed by phone or online within four weeks of the workshop. 


Who is it for



This programme is aimed at delegates who:


are senior enough to make strategic decisions and/ or have a level of influence that will impact other key stakeholders have a good level of coaching and mentoring experience and knowledge – ideally 3 years are working for an organisation that has a real need to introduce and /or improve coaching and mentoring initiatives are keen to have all the face-to-face workshops completed in a one week block, so the programme can be very suitable for practitioners working outside the UK. ... [-]
United Kingdom London
Full-time
5 weeks
Campus
University of Chicago Booth School of Business

This program will help you make decisions that measurably improve your managerial effectiveness and increase the productivity of your sales team. ... [+]

This program will help you make decisions that measurably improve your managerial effectiveness and increase the productivity of your sales team!

Executive Program in Strategic Sales Management is specially designed to meet the needs of experienced sales managers and other executives responsible for directing the sales force, this program links sales structure design and implementation with the firm's marketing strategy to improve sales force productivity.

Program Benefits

-- Understand how your success is linked to fully integrating your sales structural design to the strategic direction of the firm.

-- Anticipate and respond to turbulent business environments. Understand why the sales force is the firm’s primary means to adjust to rapidly changing environments.... [-]

United Kingdom London
September 2020
Part-time
5 days
Campus
University of Chicago Booth School of Business

This interactive five-day program is designed to improve your personal effectiveness and increase the productivity of your organization. ... [+]

This interactive five-day program is designed to improve your personal effectiveness and increase the productivity of your organization by drawing on the latest research in the psychology of judgment, combined with time-tested theories of negotiation and decision making.

The purpose of this course is to help general and functional managers develop consistently effective strategies and systematic approaches to negotiations and decision making that will dramatically improve their personal effectiveness and the productivity of their organizations. The course provides sufficient familiarity with negotiating and decision making styles that will help managers identify their unique strengths and weaknesses, thus enabling participants to interpret and comfortably use the latest advances in the field of negotiation in their daily decisions.... [-]

United Kingdom London
September 2020
Part-time
5 days
Campus
Acudemy

Lean and Six Sigma are quality improvement methodologies to reduce chronic waste, and product or service failure rates to a negligible level. These methodologies are comm ... [+]

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Lean and Six Sigma are quality improvement methodologies structured to reduce waste and product or service failure rates to a negligible level. Six Sigma companies typically spend less than five per cent of their revenues addressing and repairing quality problems.

The Six Sigma process encompasses all aspects of a business; including management, service delivery, and design, production and customer satisfaction. As a philosophy, Six Sigma drives business culture and requires a nearly flawless execution of key processes, making Six Sigma a high standard for companies and individuals to achieve. By reducing process variation, Six Sigma frees an organization to focus on improving process capability. As sigma levels increase, the cost of poor quality decreases and profitability increases. This is why Six Sigma is highly associated with the delivery of consistent, world-class quality.... [-]

United Kingdom London
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Full-time
5 days
Campus
London Business Training & Consulting

Upon completion of this quality courses, you will be able to understand the main reasons why senior management should become personally involved in TQM – what they need t ... [+]

Courses in Strategic Management in London in United Kingdom. Key Information Course Code: OPM106 Duration: 2 weeks Fee: £5105 Course outline The Role of Management in TQM The need for senior managers to get involved in TQM What senior managers need to know about TQM What senior managers need to do about TQM The role of middle managers The role of first-line managers The Introduction of TQM Change and Continuous Improvement Forces for change How do companies get started? Approaches to TQM A Framework for the Introduction of TQM Organising Systems and techniques Measurement and feedback Changing the culture Use of the framework Levels of TQM Adoption Level 1 – uncommitted Level 2 – drifters Level 3 – tool-pushers Level 4 – improvers Level 5 – award-winners Level 6 – world-class Sustaining TQM TQM sustaining audit tool: development and methodology Category 1 – internal / external environment Category 2 – management style Category 3 – policies Category 4 – organization structure Category 5 – process of change Policy Deployment What is policy deployment? The policy deployment process A check-reflect-improve-scrutinise-pass (CRISP) Approach to policy deployment Quality Costing The categorization of quality costs Collecting quality costs Some cost aspects of the manufacturing industry Reporting quality costs Use of quality costs Managing People QM and the management of people HR policies and practices Employee involvement Organisational culture Integration Managing Service Quality The service environment Defining service quality The role of personnel inservice delivery Service delivery Supplier Development Long-term issues of partnership Barriers to... [-]
United Kingdom London
November 2019
2 weeks
Campus
London Business Training & Consulting

Upon completion of this operations manager training course, you will be able to understand the various types of process, and how these ‘building blocks’ of operations are ... [+]

Key Information Course Code: OPM103 Duration: 2 weeks Fee: £5075 Course outline Process Design What is process design? Objectives of process design The effect of volume and variety on process design Designing processes in detail Layout and Flow The influence of layout on performance Basic layout types used in operations The effect of the appearance of an operation on its performance The design of each basic layout type in detail Process Technology What is process technology? What operations managers need to know about process technology Evaluating process technologies Implementing process technologies People in Operations The importance of people in operations management Operations managers’ contribution to human resource strategy Organising the operations function Designing jobs Allocating work times Planning and Control What is planning and control? The difference between planning and control The effect of supply and demand on planning and control The activities of planning and control Capacity Management Measuring demand and capacity Setting the operation’s base capacity Ways of coping with mismatches between demand and capacity How operations understand the consequences of their capacity decision Supply Chain Management How supply chains compete Managing relationships in supply chains Managing the supply side Managing the demand side The dynamics of supply chains Inventory Management Why should there be any inventory? Order quantity – the volume decision When to place an order – the timing decision Controlling inventory Planning and Control Systems What are the planning and control systems? ERP and how it developed into the most common planning and control system... [-]
United Kingdom London
February 2020
2 weeks
Campus
London Business Training & Consulting

Upon completion of this strategic management training course, you will be able to understand the strategic environment and why it is important. ... [+]

Courses in Strategic Management in London in United Kingdom. Key Information Course Code: SM102 Duration: 2 weeks Fee: £5175 Course outline Analysing the Strategic Environment Exploring the competitive environment Strategic environment – the basics Degree of turbulence in the environment Analysing the general environment Analysing the stages of market growth Key factors for success in an industry Analysing the competitive industry environment – the contribution of Porter Analysing the co-operative environment Analysing one or more immediate competitors in depth Analysing the customer and market segmentation Analysing Resources and Capabilities Why does an organization possess any resources at all? The make-or-buy decision Resource analysis and adding value Adding-value: the value chain and the value system – the contribution of Porter Resource analysis and competitive advantage Identifying which resources and capabilities deliver sustainable competitive advantage Resource and capability analysis – improving competitive advantage Analysing other important company resources: especially human resources Strategy Dynamics Developing a dynamic business framework The dynamics of an organization’s changing and uncertain environment Dynamic strategies in fast-moving markets The dynamics of resource development Aggressive competitive strategies The dynamics of co-operation strategies Strategy dynamics using game theory Prescriptive Purpose Delivered through Mission, Objectives, and Ethics Shaping the purpose of the organization Developing a strategic vision for the future Stakeholder power analysis Corporate governance and the purpose of the organization Purpose shaped by ethics and corporate social responsibility Developing the mission Developing the objectives Purpose Emerging from Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation Understanding and measuring knowledge Knowledge creation and purpose Using... [-]
United Kingdom London
March 2020
2 weeks
Campus
London Business Training & Consulting

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand the principal external influences and the organizational context in which public relations planning and man ... [+]

Key Information Course Code: MPRS103 Duration: 2 weeks Fee: £5125 Course outline Public Relations Planning The importance of context External environment Internal environment Strategic public relations programmes and campaigns Systems context of planning A planning template Corporate Image, Reputation, and Identity The controversy over the image in public relations Corporate image and reputation Corporate identity Reputation management and corporate branding Measuring corporate image and reputation Media Relations Media relations or public relations? Media publicity and media relations Media and political perspectives Practical media relations Digital public relations: beyond media relations Internal Communication Purpose of internal communication Changes in the external environment affecting an organization’s internal communication The changing employee/employer relationship Communication roles of leaders and managers Organisational culture and values statements Developing an internal communication strategy Managing Community Involvement Programmes Corporate community involvement (CCI) programmes Employees and community programmes Cause-related marketing (CRM) Developing community programmes Evaluation of community programmes Issue Management The rise of issue management Tools and processes Developing an issue strategy Evolution of issue management Crisis Public Relations Management Where do crises come from? How to prepare for a crisis Communicating during a crisis The Internet and crisis public relations management Public Affairs Locating the role of public affairs within the organization The scope of public affairs Lobbying Public affairs management Integrated Marketing Communications The marketing communications toolbox Segmentation, targeting, and positioning (STP) Branding and integrated marketing communications Planning for integration of the marketing communications mix Corporate Communication The purpose of corporate communication (or frameworks for practice) Corporate... [-]
United Kingdom London
March 2020
2 weeks
Campus
London Business Training & Consulting

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand the role and importance of the procurement function in the value chain. ... [+]

Courses in Strategic Management in London in United Kingdom. Key Information Course Code: OPM104 Duration: 2 weeks Fee: £5125 Course outline The Role of Procurement in the Value Chain Importance of procurement to business Classification of purchasing goods and equipment New developments in procurement E-procurement The Purchasing Management Process Primary tasks and responsibilities of the procurement function Supporting the internal client Professionalising purchasing by delivering value for money How purchasing and supply management develops over time Decision-making in Procurement Creating the Statement of Requirement Supplier sourcing Supplier evaluation and award Negotiation Procurement Risk Why risk management is key to procurement effectiveness Typical supply chain risks Assessing probability and analysing impact Methods of managing procurement risk The role for contracts as a risk management tool Buying Business Services Why buying services is different Classification of services Contract Management for the construction industry Managing performance in service contracts Logistics and Supply Chain Management Materials requirements planning Basic logistics structures Just-in-time management Elements of the procurement information system Co-ordination problems between procurement and logistics Organisation and Structure Factors influencing the location of procurement in the organisation Levels of tasks, responsibilities and authority Organisational structures within procurement Job profiles Procurement and Business Strategy Procurement and competitive strategy Integrating procurement into business strategy Procurement excellence Procurement portfolio analysis Global sourcing Performance Measurement and Governance How to assess performance of our suppliers and contractors? Setting service quality, efficiency and effectiveness performance measures Using e-procurement tools to deliver an efficient and transparent internal process Procurement audit as... [-]
United Kingdom London
March 2020
2 weeks
Campus
London Business Training & Consulting

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand how operations need to decide how to vary their capacity (if at all) as demand for their products and servi ... [+]

Key Information Course Code: OPM102 Duration: 2 weeks Fee: £5125 Course outline Capacity Management Measuring demand and capacity Setting the operation’s base capacity Ways of coping with mismatches between demand and capacity How operations understand the consequences of their capacity decision Supply Chain Management How supply chains compete Managing relationships in supply chains Managing the supply side Managing the demand side The dynamics of supply chains Inventory Management Why should there be any inventory? Order quantity – the volume decision When to place an order – the timing decision Controlling inventory Planning and Control Systems What are the planning and control systems? ERP and how it developed into the most common planning and control system Implementing planning and control systems Materials Requirements Planning (MRP) Master production schedule The bill of materials (BOM) Inventory records The MRP netting process MRP capacity checks Lean Operations What is lean? How lean eliminates waste Applying lean throughout the supply network Comparing lean with other approaches Operations Improvement The importance of improvement in operations management Key elements of operations improvement Broad approaches to improvement Improvement techniques Managing the improvement process Quality Management What is quality? The importance of quality Steps that lead towards conformance of specification What is total quality management (TQM) Managing Risk and Recovery What is risk management? Assessing the potential causes and consequences of failure through operations Preventing failures Mitigating the effects of failure through operations Recovering operations from the effects of failure Project Management What is project management? Planning projects Controlling... [-]
United Kingdom London
February 2020
2 weeks
Campus
London Business Training & Consulting

Upon completion of this CEO training course, you will be able to understand the main environment-based and resource-based opportunities available to organizations, and th ... [+]

Courses in Strategic Management in London in United Kingdom. Key Information Course Code: SM101 Duration: 2 weeks Fee: £5275 Course outline Developing Business-Level Strategy Options Purpose and the SWOT analysis – the contribution of Andrews Environment-based options: generic strategies – the contribution of Porter Environment-based strategic options: the market options matrix Environment-based strategic options: the expansion method matrix Resource-based strategic options: the resource-based view Resource-based strategic options: cost reduction Developing Corporate-Level Strategy Options Corporate-level strategy: the benefits and costs of diversifying Corporate options: degrees of diversification Corporate strategy and the role of the center – the principle of parenting Corporate strategy: decisions about the company’s diversified portfolio of products The tools of corporate-level options: from acquisition to restructuring Strategy Evaluation and Development: The Prescriptive Process Prescriptive strategy content: evaluation against six criteria Strategy evaluation: procedures and techniques Applying empirical evidence and guidelines The classic prescriptive model of strategic management: exploring the process Finding the Strategic Route Forward The importance of strategy context The survival-based strategic route forward The uncertainty-based strategic route forward The network-based strategic route forward The learning-based strategic route forward Organisational Structure, Style and People Issues Strategy before structure? Building the organization’s structure: basic principles The choice of management style and culture Types of organizational structure Organisational structures for innovation Motivation and staffing in strategy implementation Implementing and Controlling the Strategic Plan The nature and limitations of the implementation process Objectives, task setting and communicating the strategy Resource allocation Information, monitoring, and control The Balance Scorecard: the contribution... [-]
United Kingdom London
March 2020
2 weeks
Campus
London Business Training & Consulting

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand the reasons public and non-profit organizations (collaborations and communities) should embrace strategic p ... [+]

Key Information Course Code: PS103 Duration: 2 weeks Fee: £5175 Course outline The Strategy Change Cycle: An Effective Strategic Planning Approach for Public and Non-Profit Organisations A ten-step strategic planning process Tailoring the process to specific circumstances Initiating and Agreeing on a Strategic Planning Process Planning focus and desired immediate outcomes Desired longer-term outcomes Developing an initial agreement Process design and action guidelines Have realistic hopes for the process Clarifying Organisational Mandates and Mission Mandates Mission Stakeholder analyses The mission statement Process design and action guidelines Assessing the Environment to Identify Strengths and Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges Purpose Desired immediate outcomes Longer-term desired outcomes External environment assessments Internal environment assessment The assessment process SWOC/T analyses: an example Process design and action guidelines Identifying Strategic Issues facing the Organisation Immediate and longer-term desired outcomes Examples of strategies issues Eight approaches to strategic issue identification Process design and action guidelines Formulating and Adopting Strategies and Plans to Manage the Issues Purpose Desired immediate and longer-term outcomes Two approaches to strategy development Strategic plans Plan adoption Process design and action guidelines Establishing an Effective Organisational Vision for the Future Desired immediate outcomes and longer-term benefits An example Process design and action guidelines Implementing Strategies and Plans Successfully Desired immediate and longer-term outcomes Programmes and projects The special role of budgets Process design and action guidelines Reassessing and Revising Strategies and Plans Purpose and desired outcomes Building a strategic management system Process design and action guidelines Leadership Roles in making Strategic Planning work Understanding... [-]
United Kingdom London
February 2020
2 weeks
Campus
London Business Training & Consulting

Upon completion of this directors training programme, you will be able to understand: the process of implementation; how tasks and objectives are set; how resources are a ... [+]

Courses in Strategic Management in London in United Kingdom. The Strategy Implementation Process KEY INFORMATION Course Code: SM101B3 Duration: 3 days Fee: £1695 COURSE OUTLINE Implementing and Controlling the Strategic Plan The nature and limitations of the implementation process Objectives, task setting and communicating the strategy Resource allocation Information, monitoring and control The Balance Scorecard: the contribution of Kaplan and Norton Prescriptive strategy planning Green Strategy and Sustainability Green strategy and sustainability: the main topics Green strategy: environmental analysis Green strategy: analysing resources Green strategy: stakeholders and organisational purpose Green strategy: knowledge, technology and innovation Green strategy: strategic options and choice Implementing green strategies Managing Strategic Change The basic concept of strategic change Analysing the causes of strategic change Prescriptive approaches to managing strategic change Emergent approaches to managing change Developing a strategic change programme Target audience ... [-]
United Kingdom London
November 2019
Full-time
3 days
Campus
London Business Training & Consulting

Upon completion of this training for change course, you will be able to understand developing a more open process for managing change will create the conditions for learn ... [+]

Strategic Change Management KEY INFORMATION Course Code: LMS106B Duration: 4 days Fee: £2180 COURSE OUTLINE Learning from Change Managing change for management development The management of crisis and turnaround Culture Models and Organisation Change What is organization culture? Models of organizational culture Managing corporate politics Leadership and corporate politics Coping with conflict Managing corporate politics Strategic Convergence: A New Model for Organisation Change Ambition in change Components of change architecture Performance characteristics of change architecture Ensuring appropriate structure Resonance Change culture Change leadership Accelerator effect A framework for assessing capacity to change Strategies for Corporate Transformation ‘Market-induced’ change Learning as a transformational resource Strategy for corporate transformation Target audience ... [-]
United Kingdom London
December 2019
Full-time
4 days
Campus
London Business Training & Consulting

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand the reasons public and non-profit organizations (collaborations and communities) should embrace strategic p ... [+]

Courses in Strategic Management in London in United Kingdom. Public Sector Strategic Management KEY INFORMATION Course Code: PS103B3 Duration: 3 days Fee: £1605 COURSE OUTLINE Establishing an Effective Organisational Vision for the Future Desired immediate outcomes and longer-term benefits An example Process design and action guidelines Implementing Strategies and Plans Successfully Desired immediate and longer-term outcomes Programmes and projects The special role of budgets Process design and action guidelines Reassessing and Revising Strategies and Plans Purpose and desired outcomes Building a strategic management system Process design and action guidelines Target audience Elected and appointed policymakers, managers, and planners in governments, public agencies, and non-profit organizations who are responsible for and who want to learn more about strategic planning and management. City council members, mayors, city managers, administrators, and planners. Sheriffs, police chiefs, fire chiefs, and their staffs. School board members, administrators, and staff. County commissioners, administrators, and planners. Governors, state cabinet secretaries, administrators, and planners. Legislators Chief executive officers, chief administrative officers, chief financial officers, and chief information officers. Executive directors, deputy directors, and unit directors. Presidents and vice presidents. Boards of directors of non-profit organizations. Learning outcomes ... [-]
United Kingdom London
February 2020
Full-time
3 days
Campus