St. Louis Knight Center
Driving profitable corporate growth presents challenges even during times of economic prosperity. This is particularly true for companies that have already experienced market success. In fact, as Warren Buffett has said repeatedly, the bigger the base of dollar sales, the harder it is to grow meaningfully without deviating from the original value proposition. There are critical junctures in a company's development when management needs to look beyond past successes to chart new courses for continued increases in sales and earnings. The seminar will also discuss the pitfalls in mergers and the best practices of successful acquirers.Learning Points
and leading a growth-focused organization that focuses on both top and
bottom lines, with a sharp focus on the tensions inherent in any growth
strategy and how to recognize and deal effectively with these tensions
key processes that balance the need to drive profits through operational
excellence with the need to invest in innovations and risky acquisitions
to create future growth platforms
a market-focused culture that uses customers as a key asset to drive
profitability and provide corporate opportunities to develop
market-sustaining client solutions
"Growth Engine" uses case
studies, facilitated discussions, exercises, frameworks and functional tools to
deliver its messages.
When you have completed this seminar,
a clear picture of how to structure a growth-focused organization, and how
to recognize and deal with the tensions inherent in growth
the key processes for balancing operational excellence and prudent risk-taking
to foster future growth
how to use customers to drive profitability and provide corporate growth
$750.00Who Should Attend?
Senior-level and mid-level executives who have
strategic planning responsibilities at the corporate and/or division level.
, Director of Doctoral Programs & CFAR and John E. Simon Professor of Finance, Olin Business School, Washington University in St. LouisContactsExecutive Programs