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FCMA Network Roundtable: Good Strategy vs Bad Strategy
LIVE

Virtual - West Midlands

10 November, 2021

8:00 am - 9:00 am GMT

Event

FCMA Network Roundtable: Good Strategy vs Bad Strategy

Speaker: Jean Pousson

Location: Virtual - West Midlands

  • Format

    Event

  • Type

    Conference

We are delighted to invite you to the launch of the West Midlands’ FCMA Network Roundtable Breakfast series.
For your first event, we welcome finance and strategy consultant, Jean Pousson.

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Overview

Professional development

This Event offers 1 hours of CPE credit.
Note on CPE Requirements and Credits
All learning resources available in the CGMA Store qualify for CPD for CIMA members.

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Programme outline

Never has having a robust, yet flexible strategy been so important.

There were no blueprints to deal with the economic aftershocks of the pandemic.

This session will draw out the lessons learnt by having twice voted Lecturer of the Year for UK Finance, Jean Pousson, walk you through his (and his clients’ experiences).

Jean will use many current examples to illustrate the key points as the meeting discusses:

  1. How did the pandemic affect strategic conversations?
  2. Conducting a strategic health check of your organisation. (In fact, have you ever done one?)
  3. What makes a good strategist?

From this event you will:

  1. Gain an understanding of strategy in a practical context.
  2. Appreciate why strategies fail.
  3. Walk away with a good checklist of questions for self reflection.

It's also a great opportunity to catch-up with fellow FCMAs and also grow your network.

Speaker

  • Jean Pousson

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    Jean is a management consultant with over 34 years of consulting experience in over 32 countries. In a typical year he will work with approximately 700 directors on training courses and with about six to eight boards. His formative years were with Barclays in Retail and Corporate Banking. [www.jean-pousson.com] and also [www.board-evaluation.co.uk] He was twice voted Lecturer of the Year for UK Finance, the professional body that represents the Asset Finance industry, and brings a wealth of practical experience to the session.