Strategy Cascade & 7MP Tools Master Class

OVERVIEW

This three-day Strategy Cascade & Seven Business Management and Planning Tools Master Class (also called Policy Deployment or Hoshin Kanri) will demonstrate not only the methodologies and disciplines required but also explores the issues a practitioner might face when implementing this approach.

The seven management and planning tools developed in Japan five decades ago, to facilitate planning of major projects (also known as the seven new quality tools) are ideally suited to the development and cascade of strategic business plans.

Aimed at any manager, supervisor or leader who wants to benefit from knowing more about how to cascade a strategy or use the Management and Planning Tools in this context. Once completed you will be able to facilitate the implementation of the ‘strategy cascade’ process to deploy your business strategy.

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Part of our Master Black Belt

This Master Class forms part of the Master Black Belt course – an 18-day course (split over 7 modules plus coaching and Viva Voce Assessment).

Course content

  • Strategy Cascade (Hoshin Kanri) process overview
  • What is strategy?
  • Refining Strategies for cascade/deployment
  • 7 MP Tool Number 1: Affinity Diagrams
  • 7MP Tool Number 2: Interrelationship Diagraph ()
  • The mechanics of deployment
  • Catchball
  • The deployment process
  • 7MP Tool Number 3: Systemic (Tree) Diagram
  • 7MP Tool Number 4: Matrix
  • 7MP Tool Number 5: Data Matrix
  • The mechanics of deployment
  • Strategic Planning
  • 7MP Tool Number 6: Arrow Diagram (sequence and timing)
  • 7MP Tool Number 7: process decision programme chart (Contingency Planning)

Public Training

£ 1250 per public delegate*
  • 3 Days of virtual classroom training
  • Access to supporting course materials
  • Range of dates avaliable (see schedule)

In-House Training

Contact us for a custom quote
  • 3 Days of virtual classroom training
  • Access to supporting course materials
  • Customise the course just for you!
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