LEADING STRATEGIC PLANNING SUMMIT TAKES PLACE IN SINGAPORE
As the Head of Strategic Planning/Chief Strategy Officer, the most common faced question is “How can we better align all our resources to maximize our strategic success?” Arguably, a leading cause of business failure is not having an effective strategic plan. If a business has little idea on the direction it is headed, operating business without priorities, changing constantly, and with employees confused about their roles they play in the business growth, this is not ideal and significantly devalue a strategic plan. Therefore, corporate strategic planning is critical to business success, even if the planning process takes time and resources.
As your business becomes larger and more complex, strategy formulation will need to become more sophisticated, both to sustain growth and to help you muster the leadership and resources you need to keep your business developing. Extensive data collection and analysis will also take place, so that strategic planning leaders understand how your business is operating internally and how conditions develop in both current and potential markets in order to better achieve your business objectives.
Featuring global case studies, but predominantly in Asia, Equip Global is proud to announce the Strategic Planning Summit 2018 in Singapore from 13-16 March 2018. This 4-Day conference will focus on gathering strategic planning heads and managers and organizational leaders to look at the latest innovation, proven strategies and lessons learned in best practice strategic planning.
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