Strategy Development Fundamentals
An Integrated Strategic Management Framework
Environmental Scanning: Tools and Techniques
Strategy Formulation Process
Introduction to a Strategic Management Framework
- Key elements of an Integrated Framework
- The Strategic Management Cycle
- The Role of the Strategy Office
- Other Key Role Players
- Strategy Design and Execution
- Stakeholder Management
- Analysing the External Environment
- Analysing the Intermediate Environment
- Understanding the Internal Context
- Opportunities, Risks and Scenarios
- Current and Future Organisational State
- Strategic Decisions and Choices
- The Strategic Roadmap
- Goal and Target Setting Process
Currently the Executive Head of Strategic Management and Governance at National Parliament, with over 20 years prior experience in the banking sector in South Africa, Ravi's multiple industry and cross-functional exposure grants him unique context and insight into the vague, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) business landscape in South Africa. He regularly engages with captains of industry, politicians and labour unions alike.
Ravi's core skills lie in the domains of Strategy and Business Planning, Change Management and Business Transformation, Innovation, Risk Management, Project and Programme Management, Business Intelligence and Market Research with a proven ability to navigate complex business environments with multiple stakeholders. He has a track record of success in turnaround, step-change in business performance and transformation in both the Private and Public Sectors. In essence, he future-proofs businesses by creating and directing a strategic roadmap of structured change.
Ravi holds a BSc Honours degree in Mathematical Statistics from the University of Natal Durban as well as an EDP from the University of Stellenbosch Business School. He is firmly of the view that Strategic Management is both an art and a science.
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