Forward-thinking (business) professionals are needed to shape (their) companies and help them stay ahead of the curve. Today’s business environment requires professionals who are not afraid of change and innovation. Your investments today are the basis for success in the future. We invite you to our workshops MAXIMIZE YOUR BUSINESS IMPACT series, organized by The Decision Institute. Learn from the latest, best and most impressive Harvard cases, by expert in case teaching and writing Prof. Dr. Fred van Eenennaam. The MYBI Series makes the latest international insights on strategy and governance quickly available and practically applicable for professionals in the Netherlands. Every masterclass touches on today’s issues; making it possible to learn from recent themes on strategy and governance.
|DATE||TOPIC||KEY LEARNINGS||HARVARD CASE|
|June, 16, 2020,|
Online or in-person (at Loetje aan 't IJ)
|Driving Digital Strategy||Make digital transformation a key part of your organization’s strategy with us! This program will help you create and manage the capabilities that drive digital success, choose an organizational structure that boost innovation, evolve a more flexible organization that aligns with strategic goals and expand your network.|
Through two case studies, and dynamic discussions, you will gain a firm foundation for leading organizational change and explore the opportunities unleashed by digital transformation.
In late 2014, Dropbox, the San Francisco-based pioneering cloud-based file storage service, was at an important stage of its growth. Its user base had expanded into hundreds of millions of users globally. At the heart of this expansion was the ever-increasing acquisition of customers in the software-as-a-service (SaaS) model. As Dropbox targeted larger customers, it needed to carefully allocate its limited resources and continually evaluate the appropriate sales approach
because of the highly competitive nature of the cloud storage market. The head of the Strategic Finance team needed to recommend how Dropbox could most effectively invest its limited resources. Should it invest in the self-serve, inbound approach, or opt for the more proactive and costlier outbound approach?
This case will take you through the evolution of LEGO’s business model from a traditional product-centric “make and sell” model to a more customer-centric “anticipate and lead” model in which products are co-created with customers, and customers are leveraged as a key factor in the company’s innovation strategy. It begins with LEGO’s struggles in the late 1990s to early 2000s, as competitors and imitators posed threats to LEGO as did the increasing alternative modes of electronic and Internet-based play. LEGO posted losses for a handful of years, and the company’s culture waned. The case then takes students from the early 2000s into 2013, a period through which LEGO underwent significant transformation, which began with a new CEO, Jørgen Vig Knudstorp. The case highlights the company’s evolution through three lenses - its organizational evolution, community evolution, and technological evolution.
|LEGO & Dropbox|
|August, 25, 2020,|
11:00-15:00 hr at Landgoed Salentein
|Gaining competitive advantage through shared value||More information is coming soon!|
‘‘The lectures from Prof. Eenennaam were really open, especially on the importance of competitive advantages for companies and nations. The courses will help in understanding company and corporate level competitive strategy. And for any national interest level enthusiast, it will definitely help in having the global-to-nations helicopter view and in planning national level competitive strategy through B2G/G2G cooperations.” – Participant workshop
‘The best elements of the workshop were the interactivity and the great speakers’ – Participant workshop
The Decision Institute provides and collaborates in various major executive and MBA programs on strategy & governance, around the world. The Institute organizes and develops executive education, seminars, masterclasses, symposia and workshops. On request tailor-made in-house programs are composed. Since, 1996 Strategy en Governance is one of the core pillars and has a rebuy rate of 86.2%
Leading universities such as Harvard Business School, The George Washington University, Erasmus University Rotterdam and St. Gallen University are part of The Decision Institute’s international network and provide their expertise and collaboration in the Excellence Series.
Participants of the Excellence Series consist a wide audience, from executives and supervisors to policy makers and business analysts, including:
ABN AMRO Bank NV
Amrop Executive Search
APG Asset Management
Atlowa Holding BV
Big Band Networks
Delta Hydrocarbons BV
DNB Central Bank of The Netherlands
Erasmus School of Economics
Ernst & Young
GITP Executive Partners
Governance Support BV
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies
Maes & Lunau Executive Search
Merck Sharp & Dohme
RE CM Regarding Capital Management
San Fransisco 49ers
Sofitel Legend, The Grand Amsterdam
Spruit Transmissies B.V.
Start People BV
Trivium Corporate Solutions
US Commercial Service
US Embassy Beijing