Strategic management


Strategic thinking

Strategic thinking

Vision, vision, determination, the strategic layout of the leader

The real strategy is after making trade-offs
Take focused action

  • In a strategy meeting, the heads of each department speak their own words and do not have a common language, so there is no way to discuss the strategy from the perspective of the company as a whole?
  • Have you always relied on wise bosses to think about strategies and want to improve the strategic thinking of your supervisors?
  • Ask the boss for resources, but keep being shot, don’t know how to convince the boss?
  • The company wants to open up new markets, but doesn’t know where to start and find a specific course of action?
  • In recent years, everyone has been talking about transformation, how to use it in the company?

What is Strategic Thinking?

Strategic thinking is “boss” thinking. From the perspective of the company as a whole, the ability to jump out of the department where it is located, raise the vision to the level of enterprise operators, examine the internal state of the company and the external market environment, and then find out the future direction of the company.

Who needs to be on
Strategic thinking?

  • Middle- and high-level incumbents and reserve talents
  • Managers of public institutions looking for market positioning and profit models
  • A supervisor with a strategic thinking model is required

When you need to get on
Strategic thinking?

  • Formulate and achieve consensus on the annual strategy
  • Enhance the business structure and sensitivity of senior leaders and reserve talent pools
  • Facilitate resource coordination, cross-departmental communication, and team building
  • Development of new markets/products, organizational transformation or market repositioning
  • Start-ups want to find market positioning and profit models

Strategic thinking
Course benefits

Course Advantages and Features

True tactics It's a focused action that takes place after a trade-off

Image logic assists in thinking integration

Business Cases & Practical Exercises

Diversified integration and effective formation of strategies

The strategic thinking course teaches you to understand the logic of the business model, so that your strategic thinking and pattern can be upgraded immediately;
Drawing a clear strategic blueprint and establishing a common language for your organization.

A self-explanatory visual form that depicts a business creating, delivering, and delivering
Methods and logic for obtaining value.

Strategic thinking
How does it work?

Inside-Out / Outside-In

Through concrete images, rigorous logic, active discussions, and clear goals, a clear strategic blueprint is drawn to establish a common language of the organization.

Course Outline

Course outline

  • Strategic planning methods and tools, with the necessary skills to manage and lead.
  • 9 Facets to Dissect Your Business Strategy.
  • Structured analysis of the operating structure of the department.
  • Sort out the correlation and logic of 9 major facets to construct a complete thinking system.
  • Instructor-led and group practical exercises allow students to fully understand the business model.
  • Breaking away from the threshold has a mindset, awareness and elimination of potential problems.
  • Review each other’s business logic and priorities.
  • New modes of thinking and new options are generated from the four major epicenters.
  • Shift your thinking and develop an action plan.
  • Accurately grasp the trend and competition situation of the future industrial market, know yourself and your opponent, and win all battles.
  • Analyze the ability of major, potential and external competitors to respond to changes with the company’s own business model.
  • Examine how your business model can change and respond.
  • The customer’s unspoken words are the key.
  • Grasp the differentiated value proposition of your target customers.
  • Think about how your existing value proposition and products and services can meet their needs.
  • Open up the two pulses of appointment and supervision, sort out the overall strategic ideas, repeatedly review the logic of the context, effectively communicate and carry out action plans.

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