Corporate Governance and Strategic Management - incorporating Corporate Strategy (Intensive Full-Time)

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
In Amsterdam (Netherlands), Durban (South Africa), Dubai (United Arab Emirates) and 7 other venues

£ 38,000 - (Rs 32,29,827)
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Description

Suitable for: This course is specifically designed for: Chief Executives, Company Directors, Government Ministers, Government Advisors, Industrial Advisers, Industrial Administrators, Industrial Engineers, Industrial Engineers, Industrial Planners, Industrial Researchers, Fund Holders, Pension Fund Managers, Corporate Investors, Individual Investors

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Venues

Where and when

Starts Location
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Amsterdam
Damrak 1-5, 1012, Noord Holland, Netherlands
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Bangkok
South Sathon Road, 10120, Bangkok, Thailand
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City of London
Kendal Street, London, England
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Dubai
Coral Deira Hotel, Muraqabat Street, Deria, Dubai, 82999,, 82999, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Durban
Walnut Road, 40001, Johannesburg, South Africa
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Degree or Work Experience

What you'll learn on the course

Corporate Governance
Investor Relations

Course programme

Module Titles:

  • Module 1 - Corpoare Governance: Principles and Practice
  • Module 2 - Investors Relations
  • Module 3 - Corporate Fraud and Corruption Risk: Operational Strategies in Managing and Reducing the Harmful Consequences of Fraud and Corruption in the Corporation
  • Module 4 - Strategic Management: Aligning the Organisation and
  • Its Environment towards Organisational Goal Achievement
  • Module 5 - Strategic Planning and Organisational Development (OD)

Limited Contents:

Module 1 - Corpoare Governance: Principles and Practice

  • Functions of Management: An Introduction
  • Profiling Managers at Different Organisational Levels
  • Planning
  • The Planning Hierarchy
  • Difference between Strategic, Tactical and Operational Plans
  • Standing Plan
  • Organising
  • Organisational Structure and Design
  • Effective Organising
  • Division of Work
  • Departmentalising
  • Establishing Vertical and Horizontal Relationships and Formal Communication Channels
  • Establishing the Mechanism Whereby the Organisational Activities Can Be Co-ordinated
  • Desirable Level of Specialisation
  • Level of Worker Autonomy and Managerial Control
  • Levels of Managerial Control and Worker Autonomy
  • Span of Management/Control or Span of Management
  • Degree of Decision-Making and Operational Centralisation or Decentralisation
  • Tall or Flat Structure
  • Directing/Leading
  • Co-ordinating
  • Mutual Adjustment - With Informal Communication
  • Direct Supervision
  • Standardisation of Work Process
  • Standardisation of Input - Skills, Knowledge and Attitudes
  • Standardisation of Output
  • Controlling
  • The Management of Quality

Module 2 - Investor Relations

Introduction to Investor Relations

  • What Is Investor Relations?
  • The Investor Relations Officers
  • The Investor Relations Staff
  • The Investor Relations Funding

The Value Proposition

  • Concept of the Value Proposition
  • Background Research
  • How to Formulate Value Proposition
  • Too Much Market Share, Problems
  • Seasonality, Problems
  • Communication of Risk Mitigation
  • Effects of a Negative Reputation
  • Communication of the Value Proposition
  • The Link between Value Proposition and Corporate Strategy

Module 3 - Corporate Fraud and Corruption Risks: Operational Strategies in Managing and Reducing the Harmful Consequences of Fraud and Corruption

Fraud and Corruption Elimination

  • Introduction
  • Potential for Catastrophe
  • The Need to Eliminate Fraud and Corruption at the Earliest Time
  • Resiliency: Avoiding Problems through Appropriate Planning and Risk Management

The Increasing Risk of Fraud and Corruption

  • Combating Fraud and Corruption
  • Local Problems
  • Fraud Schemes
  • Awareness
  • Common Sense and Observable Reality
  • Efforts to Avert Damage

The Costs of Fraud and Corruption

Building a Resilient Corporation

  • Determinants of Survivability
  • Reducing Vulnerability
  • Traits of A Resilient Corporation
  • Key Characteristics of Resiliency
  • Achieving Resiliency
  • Learning From the Experience of Others
  • Benefits of Fraud and Corruption Risk Management
  • Principles of Fraud Risk Management
  • The First Line of Defence
  • Guidance in Fraud Risk Management
  • Building Resiliency by Enhancing Fraud and Corruption Risk Management

Module 4 - Strategic Management: Aligning the Organisation and Its Environment towards Organisational Goal Achievement

Strategic Management: An Introduction

  • Defining Strategic Management
  • Three Core Areas of Strategic Management
  • Strategic Analysis
  • Strategic Development
  • Strategy Implementation
  • Three Elements of the Strategic Decision
  • Five Key Elements to Strategy
  • Strategic Management at the:
  • Corporate Level
  • Business Level
  • What Makes "Good" Strategy?
  • Two Main Test Areas for Strategy
  • Application-Related
  • Academic Rigour
  • Prescriptive Model of Business Strategy
  • Emergent Model of Business Strategy
  • What is Green Strategy and Where Does

Analysing the Strategic Environment

  • Analysing the Main Elements of the Environment
  • Analysing the Strategic Environment
  • The Ten Basic Analytical Tools
  • Steps in Taking the Analytical Tools
  • Customer Profiling
  • Segmentation and Positioning
  • Analysing the Strategic Environment: The Ten Basic Analytical Tools
  • How Do We Analyse The Strategic Environment?
  • Five Political Trends That Have Affected Strategic Management
  • Government and Industrial Policy

Analysing Resources and Capabilities

  • Why Are Strategic Resources And Capabilities Important?
  • Identifying and Developing the Resources That Deliver SCA and Value Added
  • How Can We Identify Value Added?
  • Green Strategy Value Chain Linkages
  • Green Strategy Value Chain: Benefits and Costs
  • How Can We Identify Strategic Resources And Capabilities?
  • Sustainable Competitive Advantage:
  • Categories of Resources
  • Resources and Capabilities Should Be Analysed Against Seven Main Elements
  • Valuable, Rare, Inimitable, Organised (VRIO) Framework
  • The VRIO Framework: Performance Implications
  • Core Competencies
  • Distinguishing Features of Successful Core Competences
  • Benchmarking
  • Leveraging
  • Upgrading Resources
  • How Do We Analyse an Organisation's Strategic Resources and Capabilities
  • Identify the Resources Capabilities of the Organisation
  • Resources/Capabilities Analysis
  • Sustainable Competitive Advantage
  • Intensity of Competition in an Industry

Module 5 - Strategic Planning and Organisational Development

Rationale for Strategic Planning

  • Developing a Written Strategic Plan: Importance
  • Promoting Buy-In Through the Strategic Planning Process
  • The Strategic Planning Team
  • Team Membership
  • Size of the Strategic Planning Team
  • Broadening Involvement Beyond the Planning Team
  • Team Leadership
  • Necessary Abilities of Team Leaders
  • Characteristics of a Good Team Leader
  • Team Leadership Styles
  • Best Leadership Style in a Team Setting
  • Establishing Followership
  • Ethics in Team Leadership

The Strategic Planning Process: An Overview

  • Collecting, Organising, and Analysing Data
  • Making Informed Predictions
  • Establishing Direction and Formulate Strategy
  • Writing the Plan
  • Distributing, Communicating, and Executing the Plan
  • Monitoring, Measuring, and Adjusting

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