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The Corporate Wellness Strategy Quick Guide: Solve problems like the leading management consulting firms, such as McKinsey, BCG, et al. (Quick Guides Book 3) Kindle Edition
Do you have less than 1.5 hours to understand the principles and best practices of developing a pandemic or disaster strategy? Do you want to make informed decisions as a leader? The insights in this quick guide are complimentary to The Corporate Wellness Strategy Journal, which contains an illustrative strategy study, and daily and weekly work plans and guides to break down the problem statement, along with templates and checklists.
This quick guide is for professionals who are pressed for time and need to know the contours of the right approach to make informed decisions, ask the right questions, understand how to analyze the problem and how to provide guidance and input to their teams. In this quick guide you will follow a strategy team developing a corporate wellness strategy, with focus on pandemic & disease management. You will be presented with the context and follow the team as they analyze and diagnose the problem.
The structure of the analysis is outlined as well as the analyses performed before major progress updates are given to the client. You will understand how the final recommendation was developed and why it was recommended. You will understand how the existing pandemic & disease management strategy and its implementation was analyzed, how the cost of the pandemic was calculated, and how the business case to address the pandemic was developed. You will understand the key analyses performed and the crucial treatment and disease economic map developed.
Over the past 10 years on StrategyTraining.com and FIRMSconsulting.com, you have seen us help numerous clients solve complex business problems: developing a big data strategy, a corporate strategy, a digital & IT strategy, a pandemic & disaster strategy, a luxury brands strategy, a turnaround & transformation strategy, and more—all based on the combined best practices of the author and the ex-McKinsey, BCG et al. partners who produce all the strategy training programs on StrategyTraining.com.
Our quick guides distill the steps, actions, processes and considerations that go into developing a unique insight for a major company under tight timelines and intense scrutiny. You will understand how we analyzed the electronic records, governance, organization structure and privacy issues in corporate wellness management, with focus on pandemic & disease management.
You will understand the output that comes from all the hypotheses, decision trees, and prioritizing tools we teach across all our programs, summarizing the best practices from ex-McKinsey, BCG et al., partners to help you solve mankind’s most pressing problems.
While we can’t guarantee the results for each reader, those who have read our books and members who use our online training programs on StrategyTraining.com/apps, SLIDES, coaching and our high level programs report:
More leadership roles
Deeper understanding of the issues
Strategy perspective of the issues
Sense of purpose
Clarity of thought
The Journal and quick guide are complementary. They both contain useful and different information to explain the problem. The quick guide is for leaders who want to understand the problem to guide their teams. The Journal is for those who want to do the work to solve the problem.
- ASIN : B0981J1292
- Language : English
- File size : 5360 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 54 pages
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Make sure that you purchase the right book for your needs. The quick guide runs through a case study on a risk management engagement with a client, covering the activities, process, and issues. It is intended for leaders to understand the problem. It's not an in-depth version designed for hands-on practitioners to do the work to solve the problem. For that you need the Corporate Wellness Strategy Journal.