Thriving in South Africa - Executive Bootcamp

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​An executive bootcamp to gain insights into the South African political, economic and business landscape and the tools to align your strategy to navigate it in 2020 and beyond.

South Africa is going through an interesting transition. The political and business landscape faces significant shifts. These shifts require a nuanced understanding of the contemporary issues which impact businesses in South Africa. The aim of this programme is to provide a deep understanding of the South African political economy and its impact on business by unpacking latest developments and trends with reference to dynamic markets and the global economy.

Three key areas that will be explored on this programme are:

  • Political acumen;
  • Business strategy and innovation; and
  • Operating in the South African context.


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Who should attend?
  • Senior managers;
  • General managers;
  • Heads of strategy;
  • Heads of corporate affairs;
  • Compliance managers;
  • Governance specialists;
  • CSI heads;
  • Stakeholder managers; and
  • Risk managers.
How you will benefit:

At the end of the programme, you will be able to:

  • Look at changing global dynamics and map out an appropriate strategy in response hereto;
  • Identify the various global trends that will impact the industry in general;
  • Craft strategies on utilising global dynamics and changes for local impact;
  • Look at the key levers of competitiveness at an individual, company and country level; and
  • Identify the new strategic drivers in dynamic markets and how to leverage them.


Key focus areas:
  • To explore and understand the interplay between strategy, politics and the local context;
  • To provide insight on the realities that shape SA’s political economy and creating a framework which can assist to navigate the political complexities that will frame the national debate in years to come;
  • To identify the factors that affect the macroeconomic environment that in turn affect enterprises, customers, suppliers and competitors;
  • To demonstrate how to position ethics at the heart of organisational decisionmaking;
  • The application of learnings to addressing real organisational challenges and to ideate possibilities by going through the full design thinking process.

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