The Competent Director & Strategy Workshop - 19 October
19 October 2016
Date: 19 October 2016
for 8:30am start to 12:30pm
Venue: Riddel Hall, 185 Stranmillis Road, Belfast, BT9 5EE
Members: £200 + VAT
Non-members: £275 + VAT
Can You See it Coming?
In today’s disruptive and fast-changing world, can you seriously imagine any successful company that does not regularly revisit and review its strategy? This workshop is about your role as a company director in relation to strategy. We explore what models you can use and what questions you need to ask.
The workshop will address the following topics:
Where does strategy sit in terms of directors’ duties?
What are the distinctive roles of executive and non-executive directors?
Exploring links between leadership, vision, values and strategic direction.
Models you can use in formulating strategy.
The who, how and when of reviewing company strategy.
Models of Practice
In the workshop we will introduce you to a range of models to help you develop a credible strategy. We will look at: Blue Ocean Strategy, Balanced Scorecard, Scenario Planning, Social Capital, PEST & SWOT, Portfolio Planning Grids.
The challenge for you is to take these models and apply them in your situation.
Walk Away With a Plan for a Plan
We will guide you through a set of practical learning exercises, use examples and share ideas to give you the capability to build a meaningful and responsive strategic planning process. You will walk away with a Personal Action Plan and a warning, to watch out for disruption.
Richard O’Rawe is an experienced company director and former academic. He is now a management consultant and qualified coach who specialises in leadership, strategy and performance management.
His approach to facilitating learning on strategy is to share recognised models and leave directors and senior managers better able to formulate and deliver strategies of their own making.
“Tomorrow belongs to those who see it coming” : David Bowie
Minimum numbers: 6 delegates.
Cancellation: at least 5 working days’ notice.
The Competent Director Series is supported by: