Strategy and Competition
The Institute for Competitiveness’s program on strategy and competition provides practical skills one needs as a leader, to understand and deploy a ‘living’ strategy framework that can help transform the organization.
It is aimed squarely at business leaders from leading corporations and imparts the knowledge and skills to guide their organizations to a new level. The course focuses on understanding long-term success of business organizations by identifying and analyzing past and current strategies.
Both, corporate and non-profit organizations can benefit from this course. The course provides a strategic focus to a non-profit organization that can help it to frame the choices to determine for whom, how, and with whom it should serve to most optimally create social value.
- Analyze competitive environment, with special emphasis on shifts in technology, policies and competition
- Develop new capabilities and tools to analyze strategies of competitors and be better equipped for their reactions
- Discuss ways to manage growth including internal development, strategic alliances, acquisitions and divestitures
- Exposure to strategic tools for analyzing markets, profit drivers and functions
- Delivered over a period of three months, while program for a shorter duration can be specially designed for interested corporations
- Designed with a mix of experience sharing, real life case discussions, simulation games and assignments besides lectures in class
- Includes extensive project work
- Certificate of participation from the Institute for Competitiveness
Who should attend?
- Senior- and middle-level managers
- Profit center heads
- Business unit heads
- Managers in organizations who are currently in roles that require handling of strategic issues
Managers who are looking to move into roles that involve handling strategic issues