Strategy Think Tank May 14 and 30

Can co-creation help to improving the process of strategy formulations? 

Thanks to sootspace.blogspot.co.uk for capturing the opposite of what we are hoping for!

Are you a senior manager in a large or medium sized European business? 

Do you ever wonder how good your company is at developing its business strategy? Or if some  co-creation might improve your strategy?

Join this senior managers online brainstorm in association with Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management to share insights and ideas on the hows and whys of  strategy creation. What are the elements to be taken into account? Which approaches work? What is essential?

The discussion is part of a research project initiated by a Koen Tackx, a PhD student at Solvay under the direction of Professor Paul Verdin (Chair in Strategy and Organization). It will run on an innovative on-line brainstorm platform:  written and anonymous. You can expect an active and intense debate where you contribute your ideas, share your experience, hear from others and react to their opinions. All you need to participate is an internet connection.

What’s in it for you?

  • You will get an overview of the opinions and best practices from other strategy managers, which you’ll be able to discuss immediately
  • You will get to know a new online discussion platform which you’ll probably want to use yourself in the future
  • You will have access to the conclusions of the discussions and of the overall research in a free webinar and via a presentation which we will forward to you

What’s your investment?

Half a minute to register and one hour of your time to take part in the debate at the date which suits you better.

Just select the date which suits you best and click on one of the links below – the organisers will send you confirmation with instructions on how to join on the day

  • Tues May 14  (4:30 to 5:30pm London time) or 
  • Thurs May 30 (between 11:30am to 12:30pm London time)

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