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Integrated Management Thinking



The Integrated Management Thinking training program fosters holistic problem-solving and decision-making by integrating diverse perspectives and disciplines, equipping participants with strategic skills for addressing complex challenges within organizations. Through a combination of theoretical frameworks the program fosters a strategic and systemic approach to management.

Program Objectives:

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

  • Implement leadership, innovation, finance, and growth strategies.

  • Acquire problem solving techniques and make more successful decisions.

  • Apply creative thinking to support your problem solving and decision making.

  • Apply logic and rationality to problems, consider variables and determining best solutions.

  • Promote new ideas, gain buy-in, and act on projects.

  • Network with colleagues across different departments and responsibilities.

Targeted Audience:

  • Those identified as forthcoming managers.

  • Current managers and leaders.

  • Heads of Department.

  • Senior Managers.

  • Professional involved in value creation and sustainability.

Program Outlines:

Unit 1: 

How do we Sustain our Business? 

  • Undertaking and analysing a Business Model Canvas.

  • Connecting departments.

  • Improvedinternal processes.

  • Increased integration of senior management.

  • Better articulation of the strategy and business model.

  • Creating value for stakeholders.

Unit 2:

Leading Creativity and Innovation:  

  • How our thinking works in respect of creativity and innovation.

  • Difference between vertical and lateral approaches.

  • Methods of testing ideas for practicality and relevance.

  • Apply the more fluid style to the left and right hemispheres of the brain.

  • Recognise and cope with obstacles to creativity in the mind.

  • Understand the limitations and applications of conventional problem solving.

Unit 3:

Managing and Executing Change

  • What makes change so challenging?

  • Understanding and applying The Change Model.

  • Develop the mindset of responsibility.

  • Put your values into action.

  • Demonstrate discipline.

  • Champion learning and growth.

Unit 4:

Identifying and Capturing Opportunities:

  • Five-Step Strategy Model.

  • The Strategy Diamond.

  • The Balanced Scorecard.

  • Five Forces – assessing the balance of power in a business situation.

  • Red Ocean – Blue Ocean.

  • Diversification – reducing business risk.

Unit 5:

Developing a Financial Acumen:

  • Understand the Organization.

  • Understand Resources and Suppliers.

  • Understand Customers and Competitors.

  • Stay Up to Date on Industry Developments.

  • Evaluate and Prioritize Projects.

  • Business Action Planning.

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