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Achieving the vision and objectives of a company demands a strategic orchestra be played in concert between internal and external stakeholders. Businesses often encounter situations where their strategy does not fit in well with the reality they operate in and therefor fails to achieve the desired outcome. The problem with their inability to deliver on these strategic goals usually lies in the execution.
This advanced programme equips you with the insights and tools to bridge that difficult gap between the fancy formulation of strategy and its real-life execution. It enables you to identify hidden traps, balance the rational with the emotional and build the internal capability to continue implementing strategy successfully across diverse cultures. The programme will engage you and your peers in case discussions within a specific framework in order to gain more experience in strategy implementation.
Programme Start Date & Duration
February 12, 2021 | 2 weeks (2 sessions per week)
85,000 + GST @ 18%
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How does this Live Virtual programme help?
Executive education redesigned for a radically different world. This programme blends the discipline of the on-campus experience that ISB is renowned for with our global faculty and advanced curriculum. You will gain immediately applicable advanced skills, relevant for the uncertain times we live in.
LIVE Virtual Classrooms
Experience a new way of immersive learning through group discussions, case reviews, peer networking and engaging dialogues.
Gain an official certificate awarded by the Centre for Executive Education at ISB, recognised by executives and employers for its world-class education
Learn at India’s most researchproductive B-School. Gain from the advanced, up-to-date research being conducted by world-class faculty at ISB.
Expand your network with ISB’s 40,000+ high-performing alumni community. Join this group of senior executives and entrepreneurs spread across the entire world.
Learn how to deliver added value to all partners and stakeholders while you juggle the new work-life balance from the safety of your home.
Learn real-world skills that you can immediately apply to initiate transformation at your organisation, giving it a distinct advantage over competitors.
Who should attend?
Senior Managers, AVP, VPs, General Managers, Project Managers and Consultants responsible for executing functional strategy will all benefit from attending this programme.
Gain cutting-edge thought leadership on strategy execution
Apply advanced strategic thought to your specific business challenges
Develop the skills required to lead in emerging and volatile markets
Gain practical understanding of the obstacles organisations face today
Improve your ability to lead strategy implementation and deliver performance
Consider strategy execution from a range of lenses, including leadership, organisational culture, talent management, and capabilities
Build on basic understanding of strategy frameworks
Understand the difference between strategy and tactics
Gain advanced tools for designing strategy
Formulating strategy across emerging markets
Drivers of profit and competitive advantage
Strategic design tools
Understanding the connection between strategy failure and organisational misalignment
Developing a framework for organisational alignment and execution
Building levers for personal leadership to execute strategy collaboratively
Understand the construct of disruptive innovation
Product and market shifts and how to manage them
Allocation of resources under uncertainty
Meet the Faculty
Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship and Allred Distinguished Scholar, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School; PhD in Strategic Management, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania; MA in Managerial Science and Applied Economics, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Atul’s research focuses on how technology, innovation and entrepreneurship affect business and corporate strategy. His current research examines the drivers of R&D success in the pharmaceutical, chemical and optical disc industries. In particular, he focuses on firms’ patent portfolios and the evolutionary process underlying their development.
Atul is the former associate dean of the Executive MBA Evening and Weekend Programs at UNC Kenan-Flagler. Before he joined the School, he served on the faculty of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business and as a visiting professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.