Business Strategies for Growth
- Concepts of growth, and competitiveness. The place of profit in the organisation
- Sustainable competitive advantage and its relevance to India
- The power of clear objectives and values
- Evolution of strategic thought
- Important models of business strategy and management thought
- Factors affecting strategy – game theoretic modelling
- Evaluating and implementing strategies
- The dynamic character of strategy and its impact on organisation and people
Who was it for?
For those responsible for charting strategic direction and achieve competitive advantage for their businesses.
What participants said
“As a person who wished to move in the organisation from operational responsibility to a strategic responsibility, the inputs I carry will enable me to deliver radical performance improvement in my business.”
– C. Grahadurai, Entrepreneur, Rose Flower Co., Bangalore / Sivakasi
“It has provided me greater insight into how to sustain growth profitably.”
– N. Kannan, Director T&D, Alstom Ltd.
“I not only enjoyed the day but got a good base to prepare for our Strategy session.”
– P. Hariharan, President – Enterprise Solutions, ICICI Infotech Ltd. (Middle East & Africa).
“This workshop really provided me a clear conceptual understanding of strategy which I often find people very loosely using it. A good input session to understand and add value to business.”
– A. Hussain Sehal, Director HR, T&D, Alstom Ltd.
“Excellent way of nailing theory and practice…….your inputs and comments -> excellent.”
– Jakob Andersen, Trade Commissioner, Trade Commission of Denmark, Bangalore
“My take away is a new thinking methodology. The usefulness of this programme to me will be in the thinking process of strategy (formulation).”
– Vipin Sachdev, Director, NPT Offset Pvt. Ltd., Chennai
“Contribute better to my company’s strategy plan, execution …reduce errors and shortfalls.”
– Deepak Chari, Gen. Manager – Finance & Business Development, Wep Peripherals Ltd., Bangalore
“The programme (was) well spaced, balanced…and plenty of interaction / discussion.”
– Harbinder Singh, Director, Ratha Overseas, Chennai
“Exposure to game theory and Value Net was an eye opener.”
– K.V. Ramesh, Vice President, Carborundum Universal.