Four-day non-residential program held in central London or virtual platform
The Bootcamp is aimed at those in a corporate or BU strategy role, or in Business Development.
This four-day Bootcamp is aimed at people in the strategy or business development function at either at the corporate level or in a business unit. It is geared towards those who want to refresh or supplement their current strategy skills, but also accommodates those who have not received much training in how to use strategy tools and analysis. In the course of the four days, we will cover a fairly comprehensive range of topics for the strategist, including (but not limited to): developing strategy; strategic and financial tools for designing business strategies; understanding value creation, value propositions, and competitive advantage; portfolio strategy tools; communicating strategy; strategy under uncertainty; and strategy execution.
Four-day residential program held at Hult International Business School
For leaders looking to assess, design and implement organization structures that will deliver their strategy.
The program provides a toolkit of the most powerful methods and frameworks used in organization design work. Most of the time is spent using the tools on organization challenges: case studies, participant’s own organizations and examples from the faculty. Solutions to these challenges can involve changes to organizational structure, linking processes, job roles, people choices, incentives, decision authorities, accountabilities and other dimensions of an effective organization.
Three-day residential program held at Hult International Business School
For managers wanting to learn a set of powerful tools and organizational frameworks to successfully turn strategy into action.
Research indicates that 70% of strategic plans fail to be executed, most commonly due to cultural blocks. In this program, participants will learn how to implement strategy and understand what the blockers are likely to be. The program uses real projects participants need to implement. Through analyzing famous cinematic battle scenes and modern relevant case studies—among other methods—participants will learn the link behind behavioral influence and strategy translation. They will then focus on translating goals into actions, engaging people, exercising discipline, adapting and evolving.