Developing Strategy for Value Creation
Discover and deliver breakthrough strategies
The Developing Strategy for Value Creation (DSVC) programme delivers the cutting-edge tools and frameworks you need to create sustainable competitive advantage for your organisation. The programme is based on a unique approach - getting the tools, breaking the rules and making a difference.
This approach is applied throughout the programme to address your critical business challenges.
Professor Yiorgos Mylonadis, the Programme Director, discusses what the Developing Strategies for Value Creation programme can offer you.
Why choose this programme?
This five-day programme ensures you make a real impact when you return to your organisation. As well as world-class teaching, the programme helps you to resolve a specific business challenge within your own organisation. By reflecting on lessons learnt and working closely with the Programme Director, you will gradually build an answer to your specific challenge during the programme.
You'll learn to:
- employ a broad new strategy of tools and frameworks
- compete effectively for existing value
- develop new sources of value
Who is this programme for?
- senior executives or general managers who want to gain experience in using strategic tools and frameworks
- senior functional managers or those working within the strategy team of a large organisation
Crucially, you should have an element of responsibility for contributing to the future direction of your organisation and its strategic development.
Applications for Developing Strategy for Value Creation
Due to high demand the Developing Strategy for Value Creation programme, 16 - 21 March 2014 is now fully booked with a waiting list.
Applications are still being accepted for the waiting list, however we cannot guarantee that places will become available. Please note that acceptance onto the programme is not automatic and applications are considered in order of receipt. The next available date is 19 - 24 October 2014.
- 5 days
- Next start:
- 16 March 2014
Corina Vigil, Programme Associate
Tel: +44 (0)20 7000 7378