Dynamic Strategic and Business Planning

  • Use the system of eight strategies found in every for-profit, non-profit and public-sector organization to produce superior strategy decisions and implementations.

    These strategies are configured into a dynamic system that is unique to each organization. This model creates a simple but highly informative starting point for strategic planning and can be used to present a powerful one-page visual which clearly communicates strategic direction to organizational stakeholders. This program provides an in-depth review of the model and instructs participants on how to use it to guide strategic and business plan development for their organization.

    Featuring the new, secure ZOOM video-conferencing platform.

    You’ll benefit from:

    • Multi-modal delivery of materials
    • Engaging activities and interactive exchanges
    • Breakout discussions with the instructors and your fellow participants

    Who Should Attend

    This course will appeal to managers, executives, board members, and owners looking for:

    • Alternatives to the typical Vision/Mission-based planning processes
    • A compelling way to present strategy
    • A means to secure buy-in for proposed strategy
    • A Plain English, understandable planning approach
    • A way to be able to make sense of the organization’s strategic plan or related business plans

    Key Program Take-Aways

    • Data gathering and analysis: the facts required to support decision-making
    • Strategic issue identification: a methodology for strategic issue identification and resolution
    • Strategy framework: the differences and linkages between the strategies of the strategic plan and the business plan
    • Scenario-building: expanding options
    • Cross-impact analysis: How does strategy affect others?
    • Communicating strategy: tools and techniques for promoting buy-in
    • The role of expectations: understanding how expectations set the scope and rate of acceptable change for any plan
    • Implementation: aligning management activities with performance expectations
    • Documenting the plan: scorecard for the content of a strategic plan and a business plan
    • “This course provided the tools required to better understand the corporate strategy to effectively communicate to my team.”

      D. McDougallBusiness and Product Manager, Toshiba of Canada Limited
  • Course content details

  • Additional delivery options

    Adapt this program to your organization with these additional delivery options.

  • Program details

    Next sessions
    • July 19, 2021 - July 21, 2021
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    This program has been approved for CDP hours under Section A of the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Log of the Human Resource Professionals Association (HRPA). Be sure to note the program ID number on your CPD log. For more information about certification or continuing professional development, visit the HRPA website at www.hrpa.ca/hrdesignations_/Pages/Continuing-Professional-Development.aspx