Despite powerful strategies, outstanding procedural documents and formidable forecasting, organisations struggle to succeed because of poor execution. To execute successfully leaders need to: clarify decision right, design information flow, align motivators and change hindering structures.
Lead Business programmes look at the importance of strategy in the context of execution. Lead thinking examines how shared purpose and valued focused organisations achieve more by translating decisions to actions.
This course focusses on ensuring the effective and efficient management of time, quality and costs in the context of project management.
FINANCE FOR NON FINANCE MANAGERS :
This programme is designed to introduce nonfinancial managers within the business and corporate sector to basic financial management principles.
This programme provides guidelines to ensure continuous monitoring of projects so that the project plan is implemented according to specification the project: objectives are met, the project is delivered within the required timeframes, the costs are within the stipulated budget, the required quality is achieved, and the project members and stakeholders are managed optimally.
POLICY DEVELOPMENT & MANAGEMENT:
The programme primarily focuses on equipping participants with the ability to contribute to policy formulation and development in a meaningful, informed way, and to ultimately influence policy implementation in the organisation.
BUSINESS ETHICS & CORPORATE GOVERNANCE:
This course will cover a range of topics related to business ethics and corporate governance, including implementation processes, and the monitoring and evaluation of these.
QUALITY & CUSTOMER SERVICE MANAGEMENT:
This course will help you examine philosophy, principles, models and systems to improve quality management and customer relationship management in organisations .It will also identify tools and communication strategies to deal effectively with especially difficult customers and stakeholders.
INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY :
This course examines the importance of ICT in management,investigates problems related to the integration of ICT in business processes, and determines the potential of ICT to improve customer relationship management.
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT:
This course focuses on strategic human asset management and seeks to help you achieve a competitive advantage through the strategic deployment of a committed and capable workforce using an array of cultural, structural and personal techniques.
Lead Business programmes look at the importance of strategy in the context of execution. The purpose of this course is to allow participants to identify and solve problems in relation to managing knowledge in a unit. Participants will be able to analyse current knowledge management practices, interpret and consolidate their findings in a report with recommendations on improvements. They will further be able to develop a knowledge management implementation plan for a business unit.
LABOR RELATIONS MANAGEMENT :
This skills course contains the essential information managers need in order to manage employee labour relations activities. It provides participants with an overview of the Amended Labour Relations and Amended Basic Conditions of Employment Acts.
This course will examine philosophy, principles, models and systems to improve quality management and customer relationship management in organisations. This course also identifies tools and communication strategies to deal effectively with especially difficult customers and stakeholders.
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT:
The first section of the training will focus on the Supply Chain Management (SCM) in the Public Sector and the regulatory environment of SCM (we will look at the PFMA/MFMA, PPPFA, BBBEEA, Corruption Act and briefly the CIDBA). SCM cycle will be covered and all the relevant processes will be applied in a simulated environment.
ADVANCED COMPETITIVE STRATEGY:
This course will help you to develop a strategy for business growth and deepen your understanding of the way your business works and its position relative to other businesses in its market.
This course will help you formulate, coordinate, and execute an integrated, market driven strategy that considers corporate strategy and longterm implications in constantly changing and highly competitive environments. The course also harnesses the abilities to innovate, discover and break rules to create sustainable value for customers.
The focus of the course is on operations planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. Application of the knowledge gained in the course will allow participants to develop an operational plan for a business unit or team, implement the plan and the place measures in place to monitor and evaluate the implementation of the plan.
This course will teach you about the relationship between various parts of the economy and use several economic models to illustrate these relationships. You will be introduced to economic principles and explore specific economic applications.
This course will develop your understanding and use of key organisational development models and processes to foster sustained organisational growth and innovative organisational practices. You will also examine change management models and techniques to ensure the effective implementation of organisational development interventions.