High-performing organizations are more agile and are particularly adept at turning challenges into opportunities. This is because they spend a lot of time developing leaders, who develop people, processes and systems and achieve outstanding results. A quick look at the competitive business environment will reveal that today's business environment and factors affecting it are very different and more complex than what was in the past. Advancement of artificial intelligence, virtual reality, enhanced production methods, and increasing customer power are among the characteristics of today's digital era, all of which are associated with the dynamics and complexity of the markets. This training is designed to develop leaders’ capacity to be more aware of their self, team and organisational weakness, identify and develop the latent opportunities in these challenges and to become a source of survival, competitive advantage and profitable growth.
Executives who attend this programme will learn:
How to apply creative thinking techniques to overcome challenges.
- How to implement creative problem-solving models to drive profitable innovation.
- How to effectively diagnose problems and turn challenges into business opportunities
- How to develop and implement successful strategies that harness opportunities from organisational limitations
- How to align leadership and strategy for effective governance
Themes that would be covered:
- Analysing organizational position in the industry
- Strategies for effective governance
- Building organizational resilience when the economic climate is unfavourable.
- Harnessing competition as a source of continued innovation
- Leadership in crisis: avoid lasting damage to an organization’s reputation
- Why some strategies work and others fail
|EKO HOTEL AND SUITES, VI, LAGOS.
||Aug 28 - 29 Aug, 2019
Dr. Alim Abubakre MBA, PhD +447983128450
Professor Rodria Laline (Visiting Professor of Harvard, Insead and IESE and Chair of Intrabond. Capital.Professor Rodria Laline has been CEO of global research and development collaborations with IBM, ING, Hewlett-Packard, Digital Equipment Corporation, Honeywell Bull, Elsevier Science, Oracle Corporation, Siemens and Philips. She was co-founder of the Global Chipcard Alliance and board member of the Open Software Foundation. She has lived and worked in Japan, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia, the Netherlands, Spain and America. Rodria founded Intrabond Capital and Intrabond Holdings with offices in San Francisco, Shanghai, Hong Kong and New York.The company’s portfolio includes global operating companies and public institutions. She holds a number of non-executive board directorships. In governance and advisory work, she takes a particular interest in technology and business, institutional innovation and cross-border governance convergence. Rodria is certified by the American Association of Corporate Board Directors (NACD) on the role of boards in strategy and risks. She is co-founder of the annual Maximize Your Board’s Potential Program at Harvard Faculty Club, was director of corporate governance programs at Nyenrode University and has been assistant professor in business studies at the University of Amsterdam.. She regularly lectures on governance, including at INSEAD, BNY Mellon Standish, IESE Business School, ESAA Erasmus University, ASRE Governance & Real Estate, ICLIF Financial Institution Director’s Education (FIDE), Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC), Asea Brown Boveri (ABB) SCM, School of Creative Leadership (THNK), ING Banking Group, and KADIN Indonesia.