Prior to starting the program, participants will have access to the IE virtual campus in order to prepare readings and classwork. Once the program begins, this theory is developed with a practical approach, through lectures, case studies, group discussions and role-play. Participants also have the opportunity to apply what they have learnt to real-world case studies, developing strategic business plans that can be applied to their own companies.
Examine today’s transforming socio-economic landscape and its impact on your organization and the security management role at large to glean insights into tomorrow’s challenges and opportunities.
Develop an understanding of the strategic core concepts and analytical tools needed to cultivate a “strategic mindset” that will allow you to create value and competitive advantage within your role as security manager.
Grasp the latest concepts in financial management and how these tools may help any manager, not just financial specialists, make sounder business decisions, with a special emphasis on budgeting, valuation and value creation.
Apply the learning to your own business scenarios. Executives will be confronting their specific issues and concerns in peer groups to evaluate how they can build the business case for security initiatives in order to secure funding for their projects.
Core elements of negotiation: the common structure of negotiations, negotiation do’s and dont’s, handling conflicting interests and unequal negotiating powers of parties involved, and effective techniques and best practices.
Context and Science; Working on agreements and Application.
Understand the impact of constant changes in the environment on the individual and the organization and explore key parameters and tools to assess and manage change. Determine change mindsets, identify resistance barriers, and tackle them on a one-to-one approach and in the organizational setting.