Oxford Executive Strategy Programme
- 7 weeks
- Short programme
About the programme
In a rapidly changing business landscape, strategy development needs to evolve to adopt a broader view of thinking.
Working environments are becoming increasingly uncertain, and traditional approaches to business strategy are no longer sufficient. The highly practical Oxford Executive Strategy Programme uses rich global case studies to engage with new concepts, directly associating the theory to practical application.
Designed for business leaders and senior managers responsible for creating and driving strategic objectives within their organisation, the programme will provide participants with tools to better prepare for the future and tackle the nuances of contemporary business management.
Delivered in collaboration with digital education provider GetSmarter, a 2U, Inc. brand, you will be part of a community learning together through a dedicated Online Campus.
An introduction to the programme
On completion of this programme you’ll walk away with:
- A new approach to business strategy that focuses on breadth in strategic thinking, informed by the unique Oxford strategy framework.
- The ability to lead an organisational strategy that considers stakeholders, goals, and complexities within changing environments.
- A personalised strategy playbook that combines theory and practice, which you can apply immediately to your own business management context to achieve strategic objectives.
- Insights from renowned thought leaders, based on research from Oxford faculty and significant experience from global industry experts.
- Access to the official Oxford Executive Education Alumni group on LinkedIn, and a range of other benefits.
Welcome to your online campus.
Applications to join the programme will be accepted until the end of the orientation module.
Unlocking strategy: The Oxford view.
Working with futures: Addressing changing environments.
Making strategy purposeful: Accommodating key stakeholders.
Engaging players: Developing strategy statements that count.
Building partnerships: Collaborating and competing.
Broadening strategy processes: Designing new strategy processes.
Strategy as practice: Assembling your playbook.
There is much to be gained by both companies and by the economy as a whole, from professionalising the practice of strategy. Strategy is changing..making new demands upon its practitioners..and we must support practitioners in honing these skills.
Options for organisations
If you are looking to integrate Oxford online programmes with your organisation’s Learning & Development strategy, we have tailored solutions to help deliver an innovative learning experience across teams.