As with so many business theories the concepts behind business strategy evolved from military strategy, particularly in the period after 1945. Some writers of business strategy have picked up on the spirit, even the letter, of military maxims. Strategic thinking does not exist in a vacuum and can too easily become complex and overwhelming when people attempt to account for every possible input and variable. In order to determine a viable strategy a company needs to analyse what is happening around it and its position in this environment. This module will discuss about the strategic thinking process, the way to set effective goal, different tools used to help companies improve their understanding of their environment.
This module aims to help participants to achieve the learning objectives as follows:
- Learn how to achieve goals & what methods can be used to achieve this.
- Develop how the team thinks about obstacles and challenges, and to think creatively and out of the box about developing solutions to business problems so as to reach corporate targets.
- Think differently about solving problems, not necessarily just in the traditional manner, and develop scenarios that may not necessarily be in a straight line.
- Achieve targets working in a dynamic environment and explore different ways and look at different proposals to achieve these targets, selecting the best option in the process.
- Encourage the team to broaden their mind and develop their personal skills.
This module can inspire the participants to strategic thinking and planning and utilise it in real life.