Strategic Business Management

EXTENDED APPLICATION PERIOD FOR 2016 AUTUMN ROUND:

NEW APPLICATION DEADLINE 27 MAY

 

The long term goal of the Strategic Business Management Programme is to contribute to revitalization and changes for the better in each participant's business. This in turn will contribute to decisive and lasting change at a national level, improving the business climate and stimulating sustainable economic growth. Strategic Business Management is for business leaders.

 

Programme Objectives


SBM V

The overall aim: to contribute to the development of a vibrant and sustainable private sector, seeking to strengthen collaboration between the private and public sectors, for better functioning markets and improved integration in world trade.

The SBM Programme is expected to provide you, the participant, with:

1) knowledge and skills to enhance the growth and success of your own business.
2) Insight into how to stimulate private sector development in your country, and
3) capacity and tools to actively contribute to the development of a Common Action Plan, for private sector development in your country. This plan will be developed together with the participants in Sida's associated programme, Private Sector Growth Strategies (PSGS).

The long term goal of the programme is to contribute to revitalization and changes for the better in each participant's business. This in turn will contribute to decisive and lasting change at a national level, improving the business climate and stimulating sustainable economic growth.

Strategic Business Plan and Action Plan for Private Sector Development

The Strategic Business Plan developed by YOU, the participant, is the core of the SBM programme. To secure the success of your Strategic Business Plan, it must be supported and implemented by all the stakeholders in your business.

As an SBM participant, you will also work together with participants from the PSGS Programme in the development and implementation of an Action Plan for Private Sector Development in your country.

The SBM Programme facilitates the transfer of knowledge and skills to each participant: to enable and support you in the development of both your own Strategic Business Plan, and the Action Plan for Private Sector Development.

The training programme does not offer any financial support, apart from the programme itself.

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