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Advanced BRMP and Strategic Challenges of Vision 2023



This training program delves into advanced Business Relationship Management (BRM) practices and strategic challenges aligned with Vision 2023. Through a blend of theoretical concepts and practical exercises, participants gain insights into sophisticated BRM techniques and strategies to address complex organizational challenges.

Program Objectives:

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the internal and external factors influencing the future and how they impact decision-making.

  • Analyze possibilities effectively when defining goals and objectives to make informed decisions.

  • Create a strategy roadmap with a clear vision and statement of strategic intent, and adhere to it.

  • Identify the skills and talents of tactically flexible and successful organizations.

  • Prepare, inspire, and lead teams, units, or organizations towards the Vision Realization Program successfully.

  • Promote strategic change within your area of the organization.

  • Recognize the traits and procedures of a top-notch business relationship manager (BRM) and learn the techniques, procedures, and qualities necessary to function not just as a supplier but also as a strategic partner, while recognizing the methodologies and disciplines of portfolio management.

Targeted Audience:

  • Specialists in business development.

  • Team Leaders.

  • Experienced Managers.

  • Heads of Department.

  • Leaders and Executives.

Program Outline:

Unit 1:

Vision 2030 Realization:

  • Introduction to the Realization of Vision 2030.

  • A Successful Economy.

  • Gratifying possibilities.

  • The long-term nature of investing.

  • Starting a business.

  • Use its special position.

Unit 2:

Understanding The Strategic Environment:

  • Why is strategy important? What is it?

  • How well-designed is the game we've decided to play, according to external analysis?

  • Internal evaluation: How well are we performing in the game we have selected?

  • Focus, concentration, and consideration of the life-cycle effect are key strategic decisions.

  • Analyzing SWOT and TOWS and creating a strategy matrix.

  • PESTLE analysis and strategy development.

Unit 3:

Entrepreneurial Leadership:

  • Examining circumstances and data.

  • Handling problems both laterally and vertically.

  • Diverse capacities for thought.

  • 7 Essential Steps for Making Strategic Decisions.

  • Framing of judgments.

  • Asking the appropriate inquiries.

  • Analyzing issues and evaluating hazards.

  • 6 Hats for Thinking.

Unit 4:

Understanding Strategic Models And Formulation:

  • The five-page framework for creating a strategic roadmap.

  • Knowing and using strategic talents and abilities.

  • identifying and honing the traits of strategic agility.

  • Case Study: Selection, Complicated Information.

  • Risk assessment and management are used when developing strategies.

Unit 5:

Effective Strategic Implementation:

  • Building a strategy team and communicating with all members.

  • Leveraging the spotlight of strategic leadership.

  • Effective execution - converting strategic analysis and planning into action.

  • Executing your strategy – how to break it down and get it done.

  • Building learning organisations to gain and sustain agility.

  • Creating tomorrow’s organization out of today’s organisation.

Unit 6:

The Business Relationship Manager:

  • The aims and targets of an effective BRM.

  • The BRM's function and growing significance.

  • BRM role change in response to provider and business forces.

  • The impact of business and supplier demand maturity on the BRM role.

  • Relationship maturity factors.

  • The BRM role's tactics and approach.

  • Structures for reporting and organizing business relationships.

Unit 7:

Strategic Partnerships:

  • Decision-making definition.

  • The value of making decisions.

  • Assessment of decision-making abilities.

  • Decision-making procedures in steps.

  • By using brainstorming, alternatives are created.

  • How to pick the ideal choice.

Unit 8:

Understanding the Business:

  • Knowledge of the larger business environment.

  • Models of Business Strategy.

  • Recognizing business procedures and processes.

  • Recognizing the structure, culture, and internal politics of the client.

Unit 9:

Portfolio Management & Business Transition:

  • Using portfolio management to build lasting value.

  • Portfolio management and the lifecycle of a product.

  • Managing the connections between projects, programs, and portfolio management to maximize business value.

  • The function of portfolio classification schemes in balancing portfolios.

  • How processes and structures are employed to support portfolio management is known as governance.

  • The Business Transition Capability Model and Business Transition Management.

  • Leading change:

    • Concepts of Change Leadership.

    • How to create stakeholder urgency.

    • Key Factors in managing change, the Cliff Analogy.

Unit 10:

Value, Persuasion and Communication Skills:

  • Value-Based Service Provision.

  • Developing rapport and business connections.

  • Knowing the differences between products, services, and brands and how they affect the relationship between businesses.

  • Developing enticing value propositions.

  • Skills for Persuasion and Influence.

  • Communication abilities Masterclass.

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