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Some CIC graduants during a CHRM graduation ceremony
Pan Africa Skills Director with some CIC graduants during CHRM graduation
David Lawson-Director of Studies CIC presenting a Diploma to a CIC member in Nairobi
David Lawson-Director of Studies CIC with the Directors of Pan Africa Skills
Pan Africa Director (m) presenting an award during CHRM graduation

A Program which focuses on the organization as a whole and its interactions with its environment. It aims to show how firms can be more effective and efficient in the modern corporate world.

This Program emphasizes key concepts for strategic decision making and conducting case analysis. It focuses on understanding strategic management concepts, research and theories and developing a framework of analysis to help identify central issues and problems, to suggest alternative courses of action, and to present recommendations for future action. It covers theory and practice by developing an understanding of when and how to apply concepts and techniques for marketing, accounting, finance, management, operations, and information systems.

The Program helps develop a wide range of abilities and to master vital skills; to analyse and evaluate strategic decisions; to research, gather and interpret key environmental data; to understand the present and future environments; to develop
analytical and decision-making skills for dealing with problems in an ethical manner.


Course Outline Summary

Module 1: Concepts of Strategic Management

Module 2: Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility

Module 3: Environmental Scanning and Industry Analysis

Module 4: Internal Scanning: Organizational Analysis

Module 5: Strategy Formulation: Situation Analysis and Business Strategy

Module 6: Strategy Formulation: Corporate Strategy

Module 7: Strategy Formulation: Functional Strategy and Strategic Choice

Module 8: Strategy Implementation: Organizing for Action

Module 9: Strategy Implementation: Staffing and Directing

Module 10: Evaluation and Control


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