To build a future-proof organisation, you must have strategic knowledge to make the right decisions. Learn how to help lead your organisations with renewed strategic leadership skills, insights and tools for strategic decision-making in the high-impact, three-day Make Strategy Work programme at RSM.
Your organisation will:
Make Strategy Work is a module of RSM’s Advanced Management and Leadership Programme (AMLP), but can also be followed separately. The intensive modular management programme will sharpen your critical thinking skills and enable you to enhance your impact as a leader.
RSM’s Make Strategy Work programme is for managers who:
You will also benefit from the programme if you expect to move into more senior positions where strategic thinking will be in increasing demand to tackle challenging leadership issues.
You should comply with the following requirements if you wish to take part in the Make Strategy Work programme:
You have a minimum of 5 years of managerial experience
You have budget responsibility and have financial impact in your organisation
You have responsibility in the strategic decision-making process in your organisation
Your application will be final once we have informed you on the basis of the intake call that your application has been accepted
I now have the theoretical background I need as a foundation when creating and applying strategy frameworks in my daily business practice. RSM’s true global knowledge and academic excellence helped me see things from different points of view. The programme was rewarding and exceeded my high expectations through its thorough coursework, discussions with professors, and by exploring various cases.
Stela Koleva, director of global services and support at Concur in Prague
A team of RSM’s expert faculty teach the Make Strategy Work Programme; they are listed below and you will usually take classes with at least three of them. Occasionally we may substitute other faculty members according to the content of the programme and their availability.
Justin Jansen is professor of corporate entrepreneurship at RSM. His award-winning research and publications provide new perspectives into the roles of leadership, start-ups, organisational ambidexterity, corporate entrepreneurship, and new developments to improve long-term viability and performance. Justin is scientific director of the Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship, and is on the editorial board of several academic publications. He is also a consultant, speaker, and advisor to various companies and government agencies. He has developed management training in how organisations can identify and implement new growth paths, strategic leadership, and combine innovation and operational excellence.
Tom Mom is professor of strategic growth and implementation at RSM, and academic director of RSM’s Executive MBA programme. His expertise is at the crossroads of strategic management and entrepreneurship, and includes strategic renewal, strategy execution, scale-ups, and ambidexterity. In addition to research, he teaches strategic management and entrepreneurship in RSM’s executive education, PhD and MBA programmes, and carries out advisory projects on strategic renewal for companies and governments plus new business development, strategic growth, scaling-up, and strategy implementation. His research has appeared in leading academic journals and managerial journals.
Magdalena Cholakova is an associate professor of Strategy & Entrepreneurship in the Department of Strategic Management & Entrepreneurship at RSM. She studies decision-making under high uncertainty, by mapping configurations of individual and organizational level factors that enable effective judgment. She has explored this topic in the context of early-stage project evaluations, entrepreneurial venture creation and organizational adaptation. Her research draws on theories from psychology, organizational theory and strategy and bridges the micro and macro levels of analysis.
Approximate session timings
Day 1: 9:00 – 17:00
Day 2: 9:00 – 17:00
Day 3: 9:00 – 17:00
The programme takes place in the Bayle building on the Woudestein Campus of Erasmus University Rotterdam.