Empirical evidence suggests that for many organisations strategies often fail to achieve the desired outcomes that an organisation seeks. Much of this can be attributed to the implementation of strategic initiatives.
By the end of this course, participants will obtain a greater understanding of:
- Understanding the importance of continuous communication between senior management and the work force in making strategy work
- Knowing how to create a culture of responsibility and accountability from the outset of the strategy development process
- Being able to ensure that there are appropriate mechanisms to capture, manage and mitigate risk
- Looking at where strategies might and have failed in the hope of preventing yours doing so in the future!
Authored by: Andy Wilkes
Andy is a CIMA qualified accountant with over 17 years in management and senior management positions, helping the public sector move from cash to more commercial style accounting. He has worked with numerous project based teams to oversee the development, and in some cases implementation of large Oracle based finance systems. Andy has also been Team Leader for Change Management and Budgeting during the implementation of three resource accounting systems across Government.
CPD Points: 1.5
CPD Duration (hours): 1.5
Access: 12 months from purchase date