[Press Release] WOBI on Growth Strategy

WOBI is pleased to announce WOBI on Growth Strategy on 17, 18, 19th of March 2021.

 

This 100% digital course taught by Rita McGrath, strategy expert, and professor at Columbia Business School, will help you build a successful strategy that fits the times we are living in. It will offer the keys to define a strategy for continuous growth in uncertain environments.

  • The most successful companies’ growth strategies.
  • Strategic management and effective decision making.
  • How to develop long-lasting and prosperous relationships with our customer base.

 

Session Dates and Topics

  • Tuesday 17th March 2021: Welcome to the New Strategy Playbook
  • Wednesday 18th March 2021: Tools for managing strategic growth in uncertain environments
  • Thursday 19th March 2021: Competing in Arenas – your customers should not be a mystery

 

Session Times

  • 2:00PM AEDT (AUSTRALIA)
  • 4:00PM (NEW ZEALAND)
  • 11:00AM (SINGAPORE/ HONG KONG)
  • 8:30 AM (INDIA)

 

Jumpstart has partnered with WOBI and we are able to offer you an exclusive 10% discount off passes using the code JUMPSTART10

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