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Introduction to Business Strategy

10Management SkillsBusiness
1275

This introductory Business Strategy training course explores practical approaches to developing strategic thinking skills and implementing a strategic management process, by providing proven methods and robust tools for each stage in the development and implementation of business strategy.This highly practical Introduction to Business Strategy training course provides you with the tools needed to analyse the external business environment and your internal capabilities, then identify appropriate strategies for the issues that this reveals. The results enable you to develop a tailored action plan to develop your own strategy and embed strategic management within your organisation. Delegates will discover their own key strategic challenges - doing the analysis, option generation, choice and implementation planning for the new strategy.Our evidence-based training approach helps professionals improve their strategic thinking ability and increase their confidence in managing strategic responsibilities in the context of their organisation and the industry it operates in.

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Introduction to Business Process Improvement: 2-day open course in Cambridge, or In-house training nationwideThe intensive two-day Introduction to Business Process Improvement training course provides a structured approach to understanding why modelling, analysing and improving business processes provides a solid foundation for a lean, competitive, successful organisation focussed on delivering customer value.

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About Us

Cambridge Management Sciences has been assisting organisations to improve their organisational effectiveness and turn strategy into results since 2002. Our clients include large corporations such as HSBC, Reckitt Benckiser and Bank of New York; major non-profits such as the Health Foundation; and international firms such as Rhlig Logistics (Germany), and Sharaka Holdings (Qatar). Our work is collaborative, involving client personnel, developing their competency and capability through the transfer of knowledge and skills supported by coaching and mentoring. Although 60-75% of our work is for existing clients, it consists of predominantly new project work. Our engagements are usually completed within six to twelve months. We work against specific objectives with clearly established outcomes and timing, contributing to client business goals.Our experience and results indicate that improved performance requires investment in people, systems and support structures. However, that investment does not require additional resources, but rather the redeployment of talents, resources and expertise that are already present.We use an evidence-based approach in our consultancy, coaching and learning & development practices that delivers significant benefits to our clients. It enables us to help our clients develop effective and adaptable organisations through using the best information available. That can be hard information in management science or soft information in the human sciences no fads and no fuzziness.So, how does an evidence-based approach work?- Applying scientific principles to problem-solving, decision-making and management processes.- Using a systematic approach to gathering facts about your organisation before making recommendations.- Applying critical thinking and decision support tools that reduce bias to improve judgement- Considering the ethical dimension, including effects on stakeholders

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Cambridge Management Sciences Ltd.

St. John's Innovation Centre, Cowley Rd.
Cambridge
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
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