The Making of Indian Giants 2013, Special Management Program with Verne Harnish

The Making of Indian Giants 2013, Special Management Program with Verne Harnish

 

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These are all-important Lessons You Can't afford to miss!



A Remarkable and highly popular one day workshop With Verne Harnish, “Growth Guy” columnist for Fortune Small Business and Named one of the "Top 10 Minds in Business" by Fortune Small Business (FSB) And Author of “Mastering the Rockefeller Habits”.



Verne provides practical and "actionable" tools growth companies can use in creating focus, alignment, better communication and a killer strategy.The objective is tripling profitability and/or dramatically increasing the cash flow of a business, while blocking out competition



You'll learn :

  1. 5 critical decisions necessary to dominate your industry.
  2. 3 crucial steps that take you from good to great.
  3. How to Double your operating cash position.
  4. How to identify the keys to hiring great people and techniques for keeping them great.
  5. How to articulate a clear "brand promise" that differs from your competitors.
  6. How to Determine your big advantages over your competitors.

 

About Verne Harnish


Married to Julie and the father of four children Cameron, Cole, Jade and Quinn, Verne is the founder of two world-renowned entrepreneurship organizations, the Young Entrepreneurs' Organization (YEO) and the Association of Collegiate entrepreneurs (ACE), Verne is presently founder and CEO of Gazelles, Inc., which serves as an outsourced corporate university and hosts a faculty of well-known business experts including Jim Collins, Geoff Smart, Jack Stack, Neil Rackham, Seth Godin, and Pat Lencioni and sponsors best practices trips to GE, Southwest Airlines, Microsoft, and Dell.

The "Growth Guy" columnist for several publications and a contributing editor for Fortune Small Business magazine, Verne is the author of Mastering the Rockefeller Habits:

What You Must Do to Increase the Value of Your Fast-Growth Firm, which has been translated into Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. Named one of the "Top 10 Minds in Business" by Fortune, he appeared on the cover of the Dec/Jan 2002 issue of the magazine.

A Remarkable and highly popular one day workshop With Verne Harnish, “Growth Guy” columnist for Fortune Small Business and Named one of the "Top 10 Minds in Business" by Fortune Small Business (FSB) And Author of “Mastering the Rockefeller Habits”.

Verne provides practical and "actionable" tools growth companies can use in creating focus, alignment, better communication and a killer strategy. The objective is tripling profitability and/or dramatically increasing the cash flow of a business, while blocking out competition.

 

Agenda:


8:00 AM - 8:30 AM - Registration


8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

The morning concentrates on people and strategy, organized around the highly regarded One-Page Strategic Plan document. Topics covered include:


  1. 5 Critical Strategies to lead growth in tough times -Specific Examples
  2. Cash Model - how to double your operating cash flow in twelve months.
  3. Market Intelligence - how leading firms "learn faster" to remain ahead of their competitors and to drive priority setting.
  4. People - how to select and hire A players and then avoid demotivating them.
  5. Core Ideology - bringing your core values and core purpose alive to energize your employees and simplify your human resource systems.
  6. BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal) - aligning it with your business fundamentals.
  7. Brand Promise - the key strategic decision that differentiates you from competitors i.e. "if you can't state your strategy in a sentence, you don't get it!".
  8. X Factor - the 10 - 30 times advantage over competitors that helps you dominate your industry and block competitive response.
  9. Annual and Quarterly Focus - the most critical short term decisions an executive team can make to drive alignment and performance.


1:30 PM - 4:00 PM

The afternoon centers on execution, organized around the highly regarded one-page Rockefeller Habits checklist. Topics covered include:


  1. Rockefeller Habits Checklist - ten essential habits that reduce the executive time needed to manage the business from 50 hours/week to less than 15 hours.
  2. Meeting Rhythm - the daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual meeting rhythm and the specific agendas that make them effective and practical.
  3. Metrics - the three types of metrics that drive the business on a daily and weekly basis.
  4. Priorities - using daily, weekly, and quarterly themes to drive alignment and focus.
  5. Organizational Structure - the three types of organizational charts and how to apply them to keep everyone accountable.
  6. Themes - how to use them to make your priorities memorable and add energy to your organization.

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