Strategic Advancement and Agility in Today’s Organizations  | Dec 3 - 15

 

The instability, volatility, regulatory reforms and triggering changes in the industry have made it imperative for companies that want to succeed, remain competitive and profitable to continue to fine tune their strategies more often and to remain agile. The current market condition have impacted operations significantly that companies are keyed into restructuring, reengineering, re-strategizing and into various organizational development and changes in a fast –paced environment in order to foster and excel.

 

 

Course outline:

 

 

Duration:   December 3 – 15, 2018      |  Houston

  • Review of trend reshaping the oil and gas industry

  • Understanding organizations, structures and the future trend of organizational development

  • Discuss how organizational development can support future challenges and ensure high performance

  • Understanding Strategy

  • Fundamentals of strategic development and analysis

  • Impact of internal  and external resources in strategic development

  • Why do companies plan? Understand planning as function of management

  • Challenges and risk in poor strategies, plan and failure curves

  • Planning , Strategies and Decision making

  • Understand strategic, tactical and operational plans

  • Understanding – strategic planning, strategic agility, organizational agility, corporate inertia, strategic ability/thinking, operational agility

  • Understanding agile people, agile structuring, agile strategy

  • Key enabling capabilities of strategic agility – strategic sensitivity, resource fluidity,

  • collective commitment

  • Understanding these terminologies: restructuring, reengineering, restrategizing, merger and acquisition  and impact on 

  • on organizations

  • Measures for strategic objectives in the four perspectives of a company’s Balanced Score Card

  • Understand the Plan-Do-Check –Act (PDCA) Cycle

  • Understanding the balanced Score Card and strategy map

  • Using both financial and nonfinancial measures in evaluating and managing company’s strategy

  • Using a balanced score Card to represent cause –and –effect hypothesis of a company’s strategy.

  • The role of culture in driving strategy and organizational performance

  • Understanding the role of organizational development in managing change

  • Impact of agility and resisting change in company’s performance

  • Examples of agile companies and those that fail because inertia

  • How to over challenges of inertia  and leading change within the current dispensation

  • Review

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School of Energy & Corporate Leadership (SECOL) is a global organization  that uses award winning experts in  providing training in the areas of energy, oil, gas, petrochemicals, regulations, law, leadership, organizational development , management, finance and economics. We believe strongly in the philosophy that humans are the greatest assets of any country or organization, and therefore should be nurtured with continuous quality training to enhance productivity, efficiency, effectiveness, reliability and competitiveness. SECOL will continue to create dynamic environment for capacity building, ensuring high performance, strategic agility, and leadership that would help organizations attain their goals and enable nations optimize socio- economic growth.