Many Executives and Decision makers with considerable and significant experience in the work place need to keep up to date with new ideas and to understand how other organisations have dealt with organisational problems, strategies and competition. Some successfully and perhaps others have not.
Managers working in times of great change, increasing competitive pressures and a globalised world must be equipped to make the right strategic decisions to deal with these challenges.
We have designed this unique and effective programme that will provide participating managers and executives with analytical and problem solving skills that will provide them the confidence and the ability to handle effectively all the issues that confront their organisations.
Managers who complete the programme will be granted Fellowship status (FIPM) and designation as a Certified Professional Manager (CIPM) to acknowledge their high standing and status with this award.
Managers will be required to attend 6 weekend sessions. These intensive sessions will be focus on analysis of real world companies, their strategies and the challenges they face in resolving their problems and crisis. Through discussions and presentations a learning environment is set to develop and enhance management analytical skills and problem solving. Opportunities to share and evaluate other ideas and approaches aid learning but more importantly, these skills can and should be transferred into the work place.
Our PEQP programme encompasses all the functional areas of management to provide the participating manager with a rich and rewarding insight into areas and functions that impact on their decision making.
Managers will be required to undertake the following subject areas in their PEQP programme:
We believe that management development programmes must enable managers to develop skills that can be transferred into the work place. Thus we require all managers to not only attend and contribute to these intensive seminars and workshops but also to be assessed to ensure that our learning objectives for the benefit of the participant are achieved.
Formal sessions will be centred upon Case Study analysis of real world problems and scenarios. At the end of each session, managers will be given a case study to analyse on their own and will be required to submit for assessment their analysis and recommendations to specific questions relating to the Case Study.
This approach has been proven to provide the greatest benefit to the participating manager as it allows the managers to: