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Should you be doing things differently? Or better? Are you on the right track?

Too many managers get bogged down in operational issues and forget to look at the bigger picture. STOP!

Break this cycle now by following strategy guru Ian Mann’s easy-to-apply scenario building strategy model to clarify your way forward. He will take you through his practical strategy development framework to help you make a real difference in your business. His insights into strategy are penetrating, his research thorough, the results eye-opening and the methodology he outline is easily applied to improve or even transform businesses of any size.

A practical guide to formulating a reliable strategy for turbulent times

  • The difference between strategy and mere analysis parading as strategy;
  • How to build scenarios for uncertain futures;
  • Key questions that will help guide you to develop an effective strategy;
  • The importance of making the strategy the organisation’s culture.

When and where

DATE: Friday 24 August, 2012
VENUE: Hyatt Regency Hotel, Rosebank, Johannesburg
TIME: 07h00 – 07h15 Registration
07h15 – 08h00 Breakfast
08h00 – 09h00 Strategy that Works
COST: R495 excl vat


Ian Mann is the founder of Gateways Business Consultants and he has consulted to companies in fourteen countries. For the past sixteen years he has hosted monthly business-book breakfasts for senior business leaders. He wrote a weekly business book review in the Sunday Times and had a weekly slot on CNBC Africa. He now writes a weekly column for the online business paper Fin24, has occasional pieces in the Financial Mail, and has a regular slot on Radio 702 and Cape Talk. His previous book, Managing with Intent, was published by Zebra Press in 2002.

Ian’s new book Strategy that Works will be on sale at the presentation.

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