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Executive Strategy & Management


Stone River eLearning

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Price
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Study method
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Duration
1.9 hours
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Overview

Executive Strategy & Management course is specially designed for individuals working in managerial positions at any organization. This course helps the executives and senior managers to develop and implement successful business and organizational strategies. The course also gives a deep insight on the development of other essential policy documents and plans to ensure success.

Executive Strategy & Management course enables the students to get an insight on the basics of project management with a focus on strategy making and effective management of teams. The course is an ideal starting point for aspiring managers and executives as well as members of senior management staff at any organization.

Available PDUs for this Course Series: 14

By completing this course series, you will earn 14 PDUs.

Available CEUs* for Course Series Completion: 14

By completing this course series, you can earn up to 14 CEUs.

(*CEUs are entirely dependent on the organization you are applying)

Please note: Candidates do not require to have the certification to complete this course, however the certificate is required in case the candidates are looking forward to sit in the exam or earn PDUs.

What You'll Learn

  • Develop strategies that can be implemented in real-world scenarios with visible improvements in business outcomes
  • Possess the necessary knowledge of implementing the developed strategies and putting them into action
  • Effectively managing a team and maximizing the output of each team member
  • Steering the strategic direction of any organization towards achieving the common goal
  • Smoothly working in conjunction with different teams at an organization

PMI, Project Management Institute, Project Management Professional (PMP), PMP, Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), CAPM, PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP), PMI-ACP, PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP), PMI-RMP, PMBOK, PgMP, PULSE OF THE PROFESSION, THE PMI TALENT TRIANGLE and The PMI REP Logo are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Curriculum

5
sections
61
lectures
1h 55m
total
    • 4: The Basics of Project Management Preview 00:24
    • 5: What is Project Management? Preview 01:49
    • 6: Projects vs Operations - Part 1 00:59
    • 7: Projects vs Operations - Part 2 01:39
    • 8: The First Rule of Projects Preview 00:51
    • 9: The Triple Constraints Preview 02:37
    • 10: The Facts 01:56
    • 11: What Knowledge Do You Need? 03:31
    • 12: Certification 04:22
    • 13: What Is Project Management All About? 00:45
    • 14: So How Does An Organization Attain Predictable Results? 04:41
    • 15: Project Boundaries Part 1 02:18
    • 16: Project Boundaries Part 2 00:52
    • 17: The Spectrum Diagram 02:18
    • 18: PMBOK® Guide Knowledge Areas 00:36
    • 19: Every Project Should Have 01:46
    • 20: The Major Project Documents 01:17
    • 21: The Project Charter 02:12
    • 22: The Statement of Work 01:11
    • 23: The Project Management Plan 00:46
    • 24: The Project Data Sheet (PDS) 01:15
    • 25: The Reporting Information Flow 01:02
    • 26: The Basic Planning Steps 03:13
    • 27: The Keys to Success 00:12
    • 28: Why Projects Fail 00:52
    • 29: Performance & Maturity 01:56
    • 30: Elevation Equals Performance 00:33
    • 31: Performance 01:51
    • 32: The Big Ideas Part 1 02:57
    • 33: The Big Ideas Part 2 06:06
    • 34: What Causes Delays 06:49
    • 35: Strategy Basics 00:07
    • 36: The Value of Organizations 01:38
    • 37: Financial Measures, Why They Fail 04:06
    • 38: Barriers to Implementing Strategy 04:58
    • 39: The Balanced Scorecard 01:31
    • 40: Roles & Responsibilities Part 1 01:34
    • 41: Roles & Responsibilities Part 2 00:55
    • 42: Terms Part 1 00:44
    • 43: Terms Part 2 01:13
    • 44: A Sample Strategy Map 06:29
    • 45: The Balanced Scorecard For Profit 02:21
    • 46: The Nonprofit Balanced Scorecard 02:22
    • 47: The Customer Perspective 00:51
    • 48: The Internal Process Perspective 00:21
    • 49: The Financial Perspective 00:46
    • 50: The Employee Learning & Growth Perspective 00:46
    • 51: Deciding Who Should Implement 00:57
    • 52: Mission, Values, Vision & Strategy 02:31
    • 53: 5 Key Questions For Change 01:04
    • 54: The Mission Statement Part 1 01:20
    • 55: The Mission Statement Part 2 01:08
    • 56: Gast’s Law 01:55
    • 57: Core Values – Key Questions 03:02
    • 58: Concluding Thoughts 00:11
    • 59: Six Things to Do When You Get Home 03:03
    • 60: You Must Invert The Pyramid 02:18
    • 61: Course Closure 00:28

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Class Curriculum

Course Introduction
Start Course Introduction (0:44)
Start Instructor Introduction (1:08)
Preview Course Agenda (0:35)
Section 01 - The Basics of Project Management
Start The Basics of Project Management (0:24)
Start What is Project Management? (1:48)
Start Projects vs. Operations Part1 (0:59)
Start Projects vs. Operations Part2 (1:38)
Start The First Rule of Projects (0:50)
Start The Triple Constraints (2:37)
Start The Facts (1:55)
Start What Knowledge Do You Need? (3:31)
Start Certification (4:22)
Start What Is Project Management All About? (0:44)
Start So How Does An Organization Attain Predictable Results? (4:40)
Start Project Boundaries Part1 (2:18)
Start Project Boundaries Part2 (0:51)
Start The Spectrum Diagram (2:17)
Preview PMBOK® Guide Knowledge Areas (0:35)
Start Every Project Should Have (1:46)
Start The Major Project Documents (1:17)
Start The Project Charter (2:12)
Start The Statement of Work (1:11)
Start The Project Management Plan (0:45)
Start The Project Data Sheet (PDS) (1:14)
Start The Reporting Information Flow (1:02)
Preview The Basic Planning Steps (3:13)
Start Chapter 01 Quiz
Section 02 - The Keys to Success
Start The Keys to Success (0:11)
Start Why Projects Fail (0:51)
Start Performance & Maturity (1:56)
Start Elevation Equals Performance (0:32)
Start Performance (1:50)
Start The Big Ideas Part1 (2:57)
Start The Big Ideas Part2 (6:05)
Start What Causes Delays (6:49)
Start Chapter 02 Quiz
Section 03 - Strategy Basics
Start Strategy Basics (0:06)
Start The Value of Organizations (1:37)
Start Financial Measures, Why They Fail (4:06)
Start Barriers to Implementing Strategy (4:57)
Start The Balanced Scorecard (1:31)
Start Roles & Responsibilities Part1 (1:33)
Start Roles & Responsibilities Part2 (0:54)
Start Terms Part1 (0:44)
Start Terms Part2 (1:12)
Start A Sample Strategy Map (6:28)
Start The Balanced Scorecard For Profit (2:20)
Start The Nonprofit Balanced Scorecard (2:22)
Start The Customer Perspective (0:51)
Start The Internal Process Perspective (0:21)
Start The Financial Perspective (0:46)
Start The Employee Learning & Growth Perspective (0:45)
Start Deciding Who Should Implement (0:57)
Start Mission, Values, Vision & Strategy (2:30)
Start 5 Key Questions For Change (1:03)
Start The Mission Statement Part1 (1:20)
Start The Mission Statement Part2 (1:08)
Start Gast’s Law (3:02)
Start Core Values – Key Questions (1:54)
Start Concluding Thoughts (0:11)
Start Six Things to Do When You Get Home (3:02)
Start You Must Invert The Pyramid (2:17)
Start Course Closure (0:27)
Start Closure (0:09)
Start Chapter 03 Quiz

Who is this course for?

  • The target audience for this course is professionals working as managers, senior managers and executives in any business organization.
  • The individual must have experience of directly or indirectly managing a team of employees.
  • Aspiring candidates, looking to grow in their jobs are also advised to undertake this course.

Requirements

  • Candidates undertaking the Executive Strategy & Management course are supposed to have basic understanding of organizational structure, hierarchy, decision making process and reporting mechanisms.

Career path

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