Mastering Strategy Execution

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Overcome your strategy execution challenges and deliver your strategic objectives with maximum value.

Having a winning strategy is only half the solution to succeeding in a market. In most organisations,
the key to success often lies in execution – the process of translating strategy into concrete and appropriate actions, on the ground.

During this two-day programme, international faculty from Cranfield School of Management in the UK, Dr Andrey Pavlov and GIBS faculty, Matthew Birtch – two specialists in strategy execution, will work closely with you to unpack your strategy execution challenge and set you on track to deliver your strategic objectives with maximum value. The course will help you convert the strategy or business plan that you arrived with, into a tailor-made action plan for your business.

The programme further assists you to lead strategy execution across your organisation by devising a roadmap for effective strategy execution. While developing appropriate performance indicators and tools to manage unintended consequences, the programme will allow you to foresee and deal with strategy execution traps.

This programme is unique in that it will be co-facilitated by two leading strategy experts who will work with the delegate group throughout the programme. This co-facilitation is a powerful tool that will help you develop implementable solutions for executing your corporate and business strategy.


Please click here to download our EXECUTIVE EDUCATION Calendar

Who should attend?
Those responsible for implementing strategies and driving strategic change including:
  • Heads of business units and business divisions;
  • Operations managers;
  • Senior managers, and
  • Those who wish to execute business and corporate strategies effectively and resourcefully.

How you will benefit:
How you will benefit:
At the end of the programme, you will:

  • Understand how your strategy execution efforts are affected by the global environment of business, including cultural relativism, political structures, demographic shifts and megatrends;
  • Understand why and how strategy execution relates to strategy design;
  • Learn and practice using a set of tools for translating strategy into action;
  • Know how to develop appropriate performance indicators and manage unintended consequences;
  • Benefit from co-facilitation by two experts in strategy execution;
  • Benefit from spending time with your peers from local and international businesses facing similar execution challenges; and
  • Convert your strategy / business plan that you arrived with into a tailor-made action plan for your business.

Additional information:

This practical programme will allow you
to master the tools, techniques and best
practices for competitive strategy execution
that can be applied in today’s turbulent
business environment. You will learn
how to lead strategy execution within a
complex network of stakeholders, develop
appropriate performance indicators for
driving change and ensuring alignment,
and manage unintended consequences
that are an inevitable part of any strategy
execution initiative.
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Faculty

Dr Andrey Pavlov:

Dr Andrey Pavlov is a Senior Lecturer in Business Performance Management at Cranfield School of Management, UK, one of Europe's Top 25 business schools. He teaches on postgraduate and executive programmes, helping students and delegates think through various issues shaping strategy execution and organisational performance. Andrey has worked with executives from organizations ranging from HSBC and Rolls-Royce to the European Space Agency and the United Nations. His research examines the impact of performance measurement on people's behaviour and explores alternatives to top-down hierarchical control in organisations.

Andrey has supervised 2 doctoral students to completion, written over 50 articles and is a regular speaker at national and international conferences. His book Measurement Madness: Recognising and Avoiding the Pitfalls of Performance Measurement was published in December 2014 by Wiley.

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