LBTC’s Strategic Management training is targeted at: those individuals based at the highest levels of an organisation including heads of organisations, chief officers, chairpersons, board members, directors, heads of departments, and senior managers & executives.
Our Strategic Management courses are divided into three broad categories: Analysing, Developing & Implementing Strategy; Corporate Governance; and Corporate Social Responsibility.
The Analysing, Designing and Implementing Strategy courses are suitable for: those who wish to understand the basic concepts of identifying the future of their organisations with the new challenges and opportunities that may lead to substantial change; those who wish to consider not only the rational approach to strategic decision making, but also the creative aspects of such decisions; and those who wish to grasp the major intended and emergent initiatives that can be taken, involving the utilisation of resources, to enhance the performance of their firms in their external environments.
The Corporate Governance courses are aimed at: those who wish to explore some of the more challenging aspects of corporate governance in the 21st century; those employed in the corporate and investment sectors, as well as public, voluntary, and non-profit organisations who wish to place much more emphasis on good governance; and those who wish to understand the development of corporate governance in the last twenty-five years and its importance to the firm, to directors, shareholders, and other stakeholders, and to the wider business community.
The Corporate Social Responsibility courses are suitable for: managers of tomorrow who wish to develop modern business practices and find ways to act in a truly responsible way; those who see business as being increasingly central to addressing global concerns and society’s expectations of going beyond wealth creation, against a backdrop of financial crises, climate change, political shifts, and population growth; those who want their business to maximise profits whilst also being publicly accountable for its social and environmental record; and those who are concerned about the role of business in modern society.