The Henley Partnership - 'How Companies Grow - A Strategic Roadmap' with Dr Stephane Girod

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Date of event: 7 May 2015
Event ends: 7 May 2015
Start time: 10:30
End time: 17:30
Price: Exclusive to members of The Henley Partnership.
The Henley Partnership - 'How Companies Grow - A Strategic Roadmap' with Dr Stephane Girod

Responding directly to demand from last year’s participants, we’re focusing specifically on growth. This talented strategist will explain the distinct ways companies successfully grow, and develop your ability to rethink and implement your own approach.

Due to shifting customer loyalty, increased competition and the maturity of the business cycle, many executives find it harder to grow their business. In this context, how do you beat the odds and satisfy shareholders’ ever growing requests for top line growth? This workshop proposes a strategic roadmap to accelerate decisively and sustainably.

On the one hand, we will use frameworks and tools to discuss how you can identify new growth opportunities by rethinking the way you create value and differentiate in the market place. In particular, we will assess how you can use analytics and big data to identify new opportunities or exploit better the existing ones and leapfrog your competitors. On the other hand, we will discuss how superior strategy execution can help you deliver on these expectations and really take off. In particular, we will focus on creating and managing the right business ecosystem, operating model excellence and using strategy as a social process to engage and mobilise all your employees to connect with customers and break organisational silos.

This interactive session will build on the latest research and create a learning environment equally based on insights exchanged between participants.

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