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Executive Leadership Development Programme (ELDP)

PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

 

The Executive Development Programme (EDP) aligns with the Enterprise Manager and Group Manager levels of the Leadership Pipeline. It is designed to enable participants to challenge the current status quo, envision the future and position the organization for competitive advantage. Participants will develop the knowledge and capability to devise and implement sound corporate strategy within the context of a dynamic operating environment, lead organizational change and transformation, manage multifaceted stakeholder relationships, motivate the workforce and drive operational excellence.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

 

  • Gain business and strategic insights that are applicable to changing organizational scenarios
  • Identify and anticipate game-changing environmental factors and position your organization to derive competitive advantage therefrom
  • Apply knowledge of the business and marketplace to advance organizational objectives
  • Understand and adhere to the standards of performance expected of self and organization by stakeholders
  • Assess risks associated with business decisions and develop plans to mitigate the risks effectively
  • Assess the medium to long term impact of strategic decisions on your company’s funding requirements
  • Be able to drive growth and expansion of your company by evaluating the costs and benefits of optional capital structures for funding

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LEARNING OUTCOMES

 Gain business and strategic insights that are applicable to changing organizational scenarios

  • Identify and anticipate game-changing environmental factors and position your organization to derive competitive advantage therefrom
  • Apply knowledge of the business and marketplace to advance organizational objectives
  • Understand and adhere to the standards of performance expected of self and organization by stakeholders
  • Assess risks associated with business decisions and develop plans to mitigate the risks effectively
  • Assess the medium to long term impact of strategic decisions on your company’s funding requirements
  • Be able to drive growth and expansion of your company by evaluating the costs and benefits of optional capital structures for funding

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CERTIFICATION
  • Delegates who attend contact sessions for all mandatory modules and complete assignments will obtain a Regenesys Executive Leadership Development Programme Certificate of Participation.
  • Delegates who attend contact sessions but do not complete assignments will obtain a Certificate of Attendance for modules attended.
  • Delegates who successfully complete assignments and the examination will obtain a Certificate of Completion.
COMPETITIVE STRATEGY

An organization’s results are, in part, the consequence of the decisions made by its leaders.

The purpose of competitive strategy is to build a distinctive and sustainable competitive advantage over the organization’s rivals. Many strategies are implicit in that they evolve over time, rather than as a result of a process of explicit thought and planning. This module will walk participants through developing competitive strategy through understanding the environment, the Company’s capabilities, envisioning your future organization, plotting your path to it and managing the changes needed to get you there.

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MODULE CONTENTS
  • Introduction to competitive strategy
  • Stakeholder analysis
  • Organizational purpose
  • Strategic analysis
  • Analyzing resources and capabilities
  • Innovation
  • Strategy development
  • Strategy implementation
  • Managing strategic change
LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the end of this module, participants should be able to:

  • Understand and interrogate the context of competition, corporate strategy and relevant concepts
  • Understand and interrogate the context of competitive strategy in the broader financial services industry
  • Analyze, formulate and implement strategy in different business environments for achieving competitive advantage
  • Apply and review investigative skills in understanding industry strategies
  • Apply different strategic analytical tools and techniques for leveraging organizational strategy
  • Formulate and apply strategies for managing competitive and co-operative dynamics
  • Develop business plans and devise systems aimed at efficient management within competitive markets
  • Distinguish between corporate and business strategy
ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE

 The purpose of this module is to develop participants’ understanding and use of the concepts of Organizational Development (OD) and the models and processes required. OD values collaborative and participative processes to achieve improved and sustainable performance.

The programme will reflect on the following principles:

  • Respect for people: individuals are perceived as responsible, conscientious and caring an  should be treated with dignity and respect
  • Trust and support : the effective and healthy organization is characterized by trust, authenticity, openness and a supportive climate
  • Power equalization : effective organizations de-emphasize hierarchical authority and control
  • Confrontation : problems are not swept under the rug, they should be confronted openly
  • Participation: the more the people who will be affected by the change are involved in the decisions surrounding that change, the more they will be committed to implementing those decisions
MODULE CONTENTS
  • Understanding the organizational development context
  • Organizational development models and processes
  • Taking cognizance of the need for change
  • OD interventions at individual, team and organizational levels
  • Change management
  • How to ensure successful OD interventions
  • Case Study: Becoming a Company that Questions Everything

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LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Apply appropriate knowledge and skills in evaluating organizational development models and processes
  • Design and propose organizational development and change management tools and processes across different business sectors
  • Evaluate the role organizational culture plays in organizational development
  • Understand and review critical success factors of organizational development
  • Critique current and preferred organizational development interventions
  • Understand and evaluate the intricate interface between organizational development strategies and business strategy
  • Gain insight on the ethical issues in the identification, formulation and implementation of organizational development interventions
INNOVATION

The purpose of this module is to recognize the meaning and importance of innovation – not only for the success of a business but for our economies and future generations. It considers the typologies of innovation including new forms such as “frugal innovation”; explores the innovation frameworks of some leading authorities on the subject; and highlights the challenges and risks that are associated with innovation both within the organization and the external environment.

MODULE CONTENTS
  • The meaning and importance of innovation
  • Innovation as a management process
  • Managing innovation in the organization
  • Linking strategy and innovation
  • Innovation in research and development
  • Innovation in product and service development

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LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Understand the importance of innovation for organizations, and explore the critical factors for innovation success
  • Be able to apply innovation management models and evaluate leading approaches to innovation, including frameworks and processes
  • Be able to generate ideas and manage uncertainty in the innovation process
  • Maximize strategic alliances and networks to create innovative ways of doing business
  • Develop core competencies and knowledge-based characteristics required to support innovation
  • Exploit strategic alliances and networks to create innovative ways of doing business
  • Gain an understanding of innovation as distinct from research and development
  • Be able to apply the innovative approaches used in product and service development
  • Apply innovative approaches used in product and service development
  • Integrate issues related to ethics and corporate social investment within innovation
  • Demonstrate the importance of management information systems in innovation
STRATEGIC MARKETING MANAGEMENT

 Strategic marketing requires the abilities to innovate, discover and break rules to create sustainable value for customers and the organization. This module will cover strategic decision making in an integrated effort across multiple markets that may vary significantly in terms of economic, regulatory and cultural factors. It will provide participants with the capability to formulate and implement a market-driven strategy that aligns with corporate strategy in a dynamic and highly competitive environment.

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MODULE CONTENTS
  • Introduction to strategic marketing
  • A new era in strategic marketing
  • Understanding markets and segments
  • Evaluating market segments
  • Selecting market-driven strategies
  • Implementing market-driven strategies
  • Strategic marketing audit
  • Case Study: Leading an Industry’s Disruption
LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Apply strategic management processes within a marketing context
  • Conceptualize and formulate a marketing plan and competitive marketing strategy, in local and international markets
  • Navigate the complexities in the implementation of marketing strategies
  • Select, evaluate and apply relevant decision-making tools and information to recommend appropriate interventions
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of relationship marketing, digital marketing as critical aspects of strategic marketing management
  • Integrate business ethics with marketing strategy
  • Be able to drive organizational strategic positioning in consumer and industrial markets
  • Apply marketing strategies in transforming businesses
STRATEGIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Financial management is central to the processes of resource transformation and shareholder value. This module will prepare participants to steer the organization through the uncertainties of the economy, which is constantly in flux as policies change, exchange rates fluctuate and myriad external events affect the broader environment. It will familiarize participants with risk and return concepts and principles, evaluation techniques, how to deal with long- and short-term investment decisions and provide an overview of mergers and international managerial finance requirements.

MODULE CONTENT 
  • Goals for strategic financial management
  • Risk and return principles and concepts
  • Macro-economic variables and their impact on financial management decisions
  • Long term investment decisions
  • Capital structure
  • Short term financing decisions
  • Mergers and acquisitions

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LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Apply the principles of strategic financial management and operational control frameworks
  • Apply tools to manage business, financial and investment risks
  • Understand the importance of cost of capital in business decision making and the impact of various methods of financing of capital on risk and return
  • Apply and critically examine valuation techniques used in calculating value
  • Synthesize concepts around international finance and its impact on business enterprises
  • Analyze and apply optional investment strategies
  • Gain an understanding of understanding of financial structuring
  • Apply principles of sound financial management and corporate governance
BUSINESS ETHICS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

Business is often regarded as a series of activities conducted for the singular pursuit of profit.

As long as organizations operate within the confines of the law and make sustainable returns, they are seen as fulfilling their purpose. However, organizations also need to maintain ethical standards. Local and global communities increasingly demand that ethical behaviour becomes an integrated part of business. Corporate governance is broadly defined as the regulations and controls that determine how a company is run. In this module participants will study what these regulations and controls are and how they relate to business ethics. This module also covers risk management.

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MODULE CONTENT
  • Defining business ethics and corporate governance
  • Managing ethics in business
  • Control measures and ethical controls
  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
  • Impact of ethics on business and profitability
  • Corporate governance legislation
  • Risk management
LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Assess the need for creating a common set of values within an organizational business ethics framework
  • Understand how ethics impacts on business and profitability
  • Develop a critical understanding of the legal nature of a company by critically analyzing separate legal personality and its application to corporate governance
  • Apply governance and control measures in different business environments
  • Analyze accountability and responsibility in relation to corporate governance and ethics with respect to the directors, board committees, auditor and company secretary
  • Apply relevant codes of governance to a business environment
  • Apply case studies to demonstrate the value and importance of corporate governance
ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Entrepreneurship is the practice of starting new business ventures or internally revitalizing mature companies through intrapreneurship. In this context, it is an essential feature of thriving economies. Mastering its processes ensures an understanding of how businesses can be launched or revitalized.

MODULE CONTENT
  • Introduction to entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurship as a process
  • Differences between entrepreneurial and traditional businesses
  • The entrepreneurial venture
  • The entrepreneurial ecosystem
  • Factors influencing viability
  • Determining resource requirements
  • Assessing market conditions
  • The entrepreneurial business plan
  • Evaluating the entrepreneurial venture
  • Business ethics in entrepreneurship

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LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Cultivate the personal characteristics and skills required of an entrepreneur to facilitate the successful start-up and operation of a new venture
  • Apply the principles of an entrepreneur in managing a business
  • Maximize opportunities and manage risks throughout your entrepreneurship journey
  • Gain understanding of the entrepreneurial process and identify entrepreneurial employment opportunities
  • Assess the viability of a new venture, identifying capital requirements, assets, revenue and costs, success and failure opportunities.
  • Apply ethics in business
  • Identify and compare all short-term and long-term funding options offered by the finance industry for new ventures
  • Be able to interpret income statements and balance sheets
  • Gain understanding of current legal and human resource legislation
  • Evaluate business risks
  • Identify, gather and analyze the relevant information needed to compile a business plan
  • Establish and prioritize business, financial and operational goals and objectives for a new venture
  • Design and present business, financial and marketing plans for a new venture
  • Identify information resources of available businesses and new markets accessed through the tendering process