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Moving from an Operational Manager to a Strategic Leader

Course Summary

Create a strategic framework – and capture the opportunities of tomorrow.

If you want to move from being a good manager to being a great manager, this seminar will enable you to take away key insights, ideas and planned actions to add value to your organization and move your team forward for heightened success. Take this opportunity to be proactive. Instead of being buried in your department’s ongoing activities, you will become an innovator, a persuasive player and a champion for strategic change who adds value to your organization, your customers and your stakeholders.


  • Fee
  • 77,000 yen (
  • Venue
  • TBD
  • Language
  • Japanese
  • Hosted by
  • Quintegral Ltd.
  • Location
  • Online/Tokyo/Osaka/Nagoya/Others
  • Duration
  • 1 day(9:30-17:30)
  • PDU
  • Power Skills: 7.0

Select date & time

  • Sep.11,2024 09:30~17:30 @Online
  • Dec.20,2024 09:30~17:30 @Online
  • Feb.13,2025 09:30~17:30 @Online
  • May.20,2025 09:30~17:30 @Online

Important Notice

  • Live online seminar is delivered using Zoom.

How You Will Benefit

  • ● Inspire and direct your team to greater readiness and competitiveness
  • ● Use strategic thinking to add value to your organization by understanding the needs and expectations of your customers
  • ● Anticipate and innovate strategies to link strategic vision to core capabilities
  • ● Recognize opportunities to influence and create strategic alliances
  • ● Use strategic thinking to identify key strengths and weaknesses in your work group
  • ● Encourage and support risk taking and innovation at all levels
  • ● Develop persuasive skills to sell your strategic ideas

Who Should Attend

  • Managers with five years or less of management experience who want to move into a more strategic role

Course Outline

1. Developing and Balancing Your Operational and Strategic Management Skills
 - Establish a working definition of operational management
 - Explore the key attributes of today’s strategic thinkers
 - Find the balance between these core competencies
 - Reflect on their current use of operating management and strategic thinking in their own work setting
2. Creating a Strategic Frame of Reference
 - Understand the key components of the strategic model
 - Define key outputs at each level
 - Develop a strategic thinker’s approach for their own work environment
3. Understanding Your Current Operational Mission: Your Team, Your Customers and Your Competitors
 - Clarify the purpose of their work group in the context of their organization
 - Draft a mission statement defining the operational reality of their work group
 - Create a SWOT analysis to help them understand their team, their customers and their competitors
4. Developing a Strategic Vision: Moving from What Is to What If
 - Assess customer’s needs, wants and expectations
 - Determine optimal approaches for developing customer data and input
 - Learn to use an Importance/Performance Matrix to set priorities for their work group
 - Understand the power of vision
 - Prepare an initial draft vision statement to move their work unit toward the future
5. Your Action Plan

Prerequisite / Pre-Assignment


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Monday - Friday 9:00-17:30

Closed: Saturday, Sunday, National Holidays, New Years holidays (12/29-1/4)