As the business environment becomes increasingly uncertain, it’s apparent that traditional approaches to strategy are no longer sufficient to navigate such rapid change. Leaders now need to ask, “How should strategy evolve to better prepare us for the future?” The Oxford Executive Strategy Programme seeks to answer this question.
Informed by the distinct research strengths of Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, the programme unpacks how strategy is changing and how breadth within strategic thinking, in addition to thinking long-term, is imperative to leading strategy. You’ll learn about strategy from Oxford’s unique perspective, based on a core framework of the four Ps: purposes, players, partnerships, and processes. With this new approach to organisational strategy that considers rapidly changing environments, stakeholders, and digital transformation, you’ll become prepared to lead strategy in disruptive environments.
Is this programme for you?
This online programme is relevant to business leaders and senior executives who are responsible for making strategic decisions, driving digital innovation, and managing operational strategy within disruptive environments. Those looking to optimise their current performance for a competitive and digital business landscape will be able to immediately apply the Oxford approach to strategy within their own context. Professionals working towards a future leadership role or career will gain practical guidance on improving strategies within their teams. Over the course of seven weeks online, the programme balances theory with practical global case studies from various industries, ensuring those in traditional corporate spaces, finance, business development, healthcare, and IT find relevance within their own organisational context.
This course is certified by the United Kingdom CPD Certification Service and may be applicable to individuals who are members of, or are associated with, UK-based professional bodies. The course has an estimated 95 hours of learning.
Note: should you wish to claim CPD activity, the onus is upon you. The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and GetSmarter accept no responsibility, and cannot be held responsible, for the claiming or validation of hours or points
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