Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Business strategy experts enlightens Nigerians on how to improve strategy for all-round success.

In what was described as "an academic feast with invaluable business insights,” the Regenesys Business School recently hosted international strategy experts, including Harvard Professor Casadesus-Masanell. The Competitive Strategy event which was rounded off by a two-hour Masterclass at the Regenesys Business School across three countries: India, South Africa and Nigeria had the highly acclaimed Harvard Business School Professor Casadesus-Masanell who had delegates enthralled with a highly energetic presentation of Competitive Strategy.

Regenesys Business School founder and Chairman, Dr Marko Saravanja presented Competitive Strategy Success Factors, followed by a vibrant discussion with a panel of strategy experts on how to improve strategy execution in organisations. In Nigeria, the panel featured Deola Adelanwa – CEO, Mobile Kitchens Ltd and Rotimi Fadipe – Executive Director, Honeywell Flour Mills Plc., whose references to their respective organizations’ strategies, challenges and successes made the discussion extremely appealing to both executive and academic delegates.

This experience equipped Regenesys’ delegates across the three countries with insights on competitive strategy, including:  Building and sustaining global competitive advantage Competing in uncontested market spaces The sessions were lauded as highly beneficial from both a strategic and practical perspective.   According to the organiser of the event; "At Regenesys, we help individuals and organisations achieve their personal and organisational goals by enhancing their management and leadership potential. We provide high-quality education in the form of internationally recognized qualifications, open short courses, group and corporate programmes, international leadership development programmes, international master-series and educational exchange events. We approach education and development holistically, considering every interaction not only from an intellectual perspective but also in terms of emotional and spiritual development. Our learning programmes are designed to inspire a leadership cadre that pursues sustainable success, cognisant of the triple bottom line. This is why why deemed it necessary to organise this kind of pogramme for the public."

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