The future belongs to individuals who can collaborate at every level, not just within their own business, but across organisational boundaries, drawing on a diverse range of skills, perspectives and approaches.
This task becomes much easier when those individuals share a common strategic language and set of mental models that can help them to communicate where they want their business to go and how they wish to get there.
To meet this challenge, we have developed a set of frameworks and methodologies which incorporate the 7 fundamental principles taught by the world’s leading business schools on MBA courses, that can be used to break down a business and its market into their component parts. This provides a modular and collaborative approach to developing, understanding and communicating strategy.
The course will enhance your commercial awareness and provide you with a collaborative way of:
Your will be introduced to seven, easy-to-follow steps (described below) which have been derived from the key methodologies taught on MBA courses by the world’s leading business schools.
Equipping you with this step-by-step guide to analysing a business will fill any gaps in your business knowledge and allow you to:
On completing the course you will be able to:
This Worksheet will help you to apply the concepts taught in Module 2
Rupert is a former lawyer who headed up a large law firm's commercial law practice in Silicon Valley. Rupert has also worked as in-house IP counsel for Vodafone and has been named in the Legal 500 as an experienced technology lawyer. Since completing his own MBA, Rupert has lectured at the US Department of Commerce, worked as a Designated Assistant for Course Planning with Harvard Business Online and as a Module Advisor on the Bath MBA. Rupert has collaborated with leading academics to develop this ground breaking, award winning, bite-sized MBA course.
Rupert has delivered this course in 25 major cities across 5 different continents to individuals from businesses such as BP, Nestle, Morgan Stanley, Investec, Warner Bros, BAE Systems, BT, UBS, Friends Life, Chevron, ING Bank, Goldman Sachs International, Verizon Business, The Bank of England, London Stock Exchange, Swiss Re, Yahoo, Thompson Reuters, NBC Universal, Barclays Corporate, Associated British Foods, AEG Europe, WPP Group, The Wellcome Trust and BskyB.