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Strategy for Directors

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Institute of Directors

Summary

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Study method
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Duration
3 Days, Part-time/Full-time
Certification
Level 9 Award The IoD Award in Strategy for Directors, Level 9 (SCQF)
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Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) not included in price & must be purchased separately
  • Tutor is available to students

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Location & dates

Location
Start date
End date
27/04/2020
29/04/2020

End date: 29/04/2020

Address
16
Skipper Street
BELFAST
County Antrim
BT12DZ
United Kingdom
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Address
Colmore gate
Colmore Row
BIRMINGHAM
West Midlands
B32QD
United Kingdom
01/06/2020
03/06/2020

End date: 03/06/2020

Address
10
Charlotte Square
EDINBURGH
Midlothian
EH24DR
United Kingdom
20/04/2020
22/04/2020

End date: 22/04/2020

Address
118
Pall Mall
South West London
London
SW1Y5EA
United Kingdom

Overview

A dynamic strategic process is a critical part of delivering stakeholder value and generating competitive advantage for your organisation. This intensive course provides insight into the board-level knowledge and skills required to create, implement and evaluate your organisation’s strategy.

The IoD Award in Strategy for Directors, Level 9 (SCQF) is a module of the Certificate in Company Direction qualification. This course may be booked online as a stand-alone module or taken as part of the full qualification.

Certification

Level 9 Award The IoD Award in Strategy for Directors, Level 9 (SCQF)

Description

Explore the relationship between strategy, governance and risk and learn how to use tools and frameworks that support strategic thinking and decision-making. Get the practical insights into how to deliver your current business objectives while future-proofing your organisation.

By attending this course you will gain the knowledge and skills to:

  • Describe the ingredients of effective strategic thinking and explain their link with the strategy process
  • Carry out an analysis of a market or industry to reveal areas of possible strategic opportunity of threat
  • Evaluate an organisation’s capabilities to reveal relative strengths and capabilities
  • Use strategic concepts and models to generate, evaluate and assess strategic options
  • Describe how to conduct the implementation of a strategy and evaluate the potential ramifications

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