In this study the Firmsconsulting team, based in Toronto, Lagos and Johannesburg, develops a corporate strategy for a major power utility and restructures the organization to prepare for a period of rapid growth.
The study will be done in the same format as the LAB study and eventually presented in the interactive map with all videos, power-points and audio recordings. This study will be larger and more complex than the LAB study.
This study program will teach you all the planning and analytic tools to develop the corporate strategy and complete the restructuring of a multinational electricity utility company.
Registering above gives you access to exclusive – as in not published on the site – updates as we complete the study. This includes trailers, scenes, interviews and footage with the client.
Our job is literally to prevent the lights from going out.
Work with the client executive team
Hold discussions with regulators, labor unions and stakeholders
Develop the corporate and business unit strategies over 12 weeks
Change the organizational structure, over 24 weeks, to prepare for rapid growth in energy demand
Subscribers will learn all key skills needed by executives and strategy consultants to complete a similar study:
How to manage strategy studies
Core analytic tools
Core analytic processes
Determine what is core and non-core businesses
Modules to train new team members
Rolling out a balanced-score-card
Developing a business case
Managing an executive communication strategy
Conducting Management skills analyses
Developing corporate strategy
Developing business unit strategy
Preparing a divestment case
Subscribers will also learn skills unique to dynamic capital-intensive energy industries:
Economics of the energy sector
Economics of construction programs
Calculating subsidiary value destruction/creation
Subscribers to our Strategy, Operations and Implementation Executive Programs receive access to all our studies. You can read more about our motivations for doing this study here.
This study is only scheduled to begin in February 2015 so send us your comments, ideas and suggestions below. We are still working out the structure of the study so all thoughts are most welcome.