How to Be a Strong Leader in
a Technological World
Leveraging Digital Transformation
For Performance Excellence
18 – 22 September 2023,
Johannesburg - South Africa
Register Now! Limited Seats Available!
R16, 999.00 Per Delegate
Though the digital transformation is at its early adoption, it is constantly changing the world we live in at a rapid pace. Now is the right time to understand its business implications and get ready to improve or transform your business leadership skills.
It’s up to leaders to take advantage of the technology available. Regardless on your industry, department title or technological acumen, how can you stand out as a leader in a technological world — combining technology and leadership to build up your team, department and entire organization?
This course will give you opportunities to explore and learn how digital leaders can leverage and exploit new technologies for innovation and growth, and provides you with a further insight into the digital landscape.
At the end of this course, you will learn to:
- Identify how a business can increase sales and return on investment with new technology
- Construct a matrix of necessary organisational competences to effectively use new technologies in business practice
- Enhance the management and strategy of a business through digital technologies such as: mobile apps, Internet of Things, Cloud computing and data analytics
- Align business and Information Technology (IT) strategies and apply within the workplace, overcoming the constraints and challenges of using Information Technology (IT)
- Benchmark your organisation against other industrial players and identify the key
Who Should Attend?
- Functional Managers
- Project Managers
- Human Resource Manager
- Senior Managers
- General Managers
- Heads of Department
- Aspiring Managers who wish to develop their skills in Business Leadership
Business Leadership in the Digital Era
- Technology Leadership
- Digital Leadership Challenges and Experience
- Three Dimensions of Digital Leadership
- Customer Needs in the Digital Era
- Industry and Occupational Differences in Digital Skills
- Leading Technological Forces Disrupting Today’s Business Environment
- Mobile and Cloud Computing
- Big Data and Business Analytics
- Why industry players failed to respond to potentially disruptive changes?
- Identify Technology-led Disruptions in Your Own Industry
- Identify Shifts Required to Respond to Disruptive Changes
Online Business Models
- What are internet business models?
- Five Primary Types of e-Commerce Models
- Business Models Characterizing a Variety of Digital Goods Companies
- Building an Efficient Strategic Alignment Model
- Factors that Constrain an Enterprise from Using Information and Communication Technology
Designing Information Capabilities for Competitive Advantage
- Conventional vs. Digital Competitive Advantages
- Roles of Information Technology (IT) in Designing Information Capabilities that Provide End-to-End Value Chain Visibility
- Capabilities Driving the Competitive Advantage of Companies like Walmart and Amazon
- Outline the Ingredients of Information Technology (IT) – enabled competitive advantages
- Design Supply Chains that Transform Your Cost of Operations
Social Networks and Enterprise 2.0
- Practical Use of Social Media
- Internet of Things and Internet Plus
- Network Information Technology (IT) that Facilitates Unstructured Interactions in Organizations
- Leveraging Network Information Technology (IT) to Radically Improve Information Flows and Decision-making
- Debates and Group Collaboration to Use Technologies
IN HOUSE AND ONLINE TRAINING
While both In-House and Online training can present with cost-effectiveness and time-efficacy, there are some very specific differences between in-house courses and those based online.
The demand for additional courses by individuals or groups of people is increasing. Still, it depends entirely on the preferences of a person what type of training he or she wants to receive. Online courses and in-house training carry some similarities but they are considered to exhibit some very pivotal differences too. Despite that, both types of learning can be really beneficial for attendees.