From strategy planning to execution: Master both
In today’s disruptive world, strategy needs to deliver impact fast. How can you equip yourself for successful strategy planning and execution?
Our portfolio of strategy programs enables you to hone your skills in key areas such as strategic thinking, strategy development and execution, unlocking growth opportunities, and forging strategic alliances.
Discover the latest insights from our world-class faculty, and gain practical knowledge, new skills and tools to turn your strategic ideas into action. You will:
- Gain confidence in making strategic choices
- Discover fresh perspectives on strategy
- Address your key strategic challenges
- Acquire strategy tools, concepts and frameworks you can use to drive immediate impact
You can choose to embark on your strategy learning journey in a liVe Virtual format or online.
Learn directly from IMD’s renowned faculty, combining thought leadership with direct industry exposure.
Interactions with your coach enable you to make the most of the learning experience and receive personalized feedback.
IMD strategy programs are grounded in practical assignments to ensure you apply your learning from day one.
liVe Virtual programs
Discover IMD's portfolio of liVe Virtual innovation programs. The liVe Virtual format offers a powerful new way to learn. By leveraging the latest digital technologies, it enables impactful, faculty-led learning in real time.
IMD's online strategy programs give you the opportunity to benefit from the expertise of our world-renowned faculty, wherever you are. These interactive programs are rolled out over five to eight weeks and require between four and six hours of weekly study.
IMD is the #1 Business School worldwide for open programs
#1 worldwide for open programs for nine years in a row - 2012-2020 (Financial Times)
Top 3 worldwide for executive education / combined ranking for open & custom programs for nine years in a row - 2012-2020 (Financial Times)
Top 3 worldwide for overall ranking (open and custom programs) for eight years in a row - 2012-2019 (Financial Times)