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2020 Masterclass 5

 

Patterns of Strategy to Harness the Power of Disruption


Disruption can go one of two ways: either you’re having to handle disruption, or you are being a successful disruptor and shaping others. Either way, you need an approach to strategy development which can do both, and which is fast enough to handle shortened timescales which can exist in times of disruption. This Masterclass introduces Patterns of Strategy – a radically innovative approach to strategy formulation and execution that models how emergent strategy is shaped by strategic relationships with others. You’ll get the theory behind the approach, and opportunities to apply it your situation, and it overtly considers the scale of strategic disruption going on.

It’s pragmatic and that significantly shortens the time needed to develop strategy. It can be applied at any scale and used for both competitive and collaborative strategies. We’ll show you how to shift from strategy development to execution planning and monitoring. And you can widen your strategic repertoire with 80 common and successful patterns of strategy, each showing what you win, what you need and how to do it.

 


Wednesday 13th May 2020
1.30pm - 4.30pm 


 

 

Patrick Hoverstadt has worked as a consultant since 1995 in both the private and public sectors, in 14 countries, mainly in the fields of strategy, organizational structure and change. He specialises in working with very large complex organisations including whole sectors, using systems approaches. Patrick is the author of “Fractal Organization” (Wiley 2009), co-author of “Patterns of Strategy” (Gower 2017) as well as numerous papers. He has lectured at post-graduate level at 7 business schools and is a Visiting Research Fellow at Cranfield School of Management.


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