Africa Strategy Execution Conference to assemble business dignitaries who will share their vast experiences in navigating strategic complexities in top African companies.
The Africa Strategy Execution Conference has proven to be the most insightful conference for African business leaders to learn, network and achieve strategic results for their organisations, employing the latest frameworks and methodologies in Strategic Planning, Innovation and Strategy Execution.
The symposium is the continent’s foremost convention of its kind, assembling influential dignitaries who are to devise efficacious strategies to not only address but abate significant issues within Africa’s business landscape. Such leaders will share their vast experiences in navigating strategic complexities in top African companies. Amongst these luminaries are a host of adept authors and professors along with top CEOs of prominent companies namely, Adrian Gore: CEO and Founder of Discovery Group as well as Sim Tshabalala: CEO of Standard Bank. Authors set to speak at the event include Renée Mauborgne of Blue Ocean Strategy, INSEAD Professor and #1 Management Thinkers in the World; Alex Osterwalder of Business Model Generation and #4 Management Thinkers in the World alongside Robert Kaplan creator of the Balanced Scorecard, Harvard Business School Professor and leading authority of the Strategy Execution.
Pertinent topics to be thoroughly unpacked at the 2021 conference entail the development of disruptive strategies for businesses and the establishment of a robust framework for successful execution thereof. Moreover, included in the content scope are globally recognised, advanced innovation and management tools that can be applied within the African context. Methodologies to proactively manage and monitor strategic results will be unveiled and delegates will learn to master field sharing strategic insights as well as poignant cases from the world’s most prominent business figureheads.
The 2nd annual Africa Strategy Execution Conference (ASEC) will focus on innovative business models based on the Blue Ocean Strategy and the Business Model Canvas. Speakers and panelists will also explain how they ensure a solid implementation of their strategy by revisiting the famous Balanced Scorecard approach.
As this proves a pivotal time for African businesses, there remains an urgency to assemble industry leaders and thinkers to map the multiple ways that entities can remodel Africa’s economy post-pandemic. Enabling virtual access to the summit in this unprecedented era of shifting travel restrictions, allows for a more inclusive, global conversation than ever before. Virtual attendees will participate in interactive online sessions, discussing, debating and charting the future of the strategic world of business while networking with global associates. The symposium serves as a unique platform ensuring that the insights and opinions of every virtual delegate are acknowledged.
“More than ever, organisations are facing a double challenge: Defining an innovative strategy in order to differentiate themselves from the competition and executing this strategic plan to perfection. The ASEC conference will bring on stage the most elite speakers and CEOs to tackle both challenges.” says Anael Granoux, Strategy Execution expert.
In view of Africa’s current business concerns, The Africa Strategy Execution Conference has presented itself at an opportune time whereby key discussions emanating from this event are to provide invaluable business growth opportunities for company stakeholders, instigating much-needed transformation in this realm. The event, to be hosted virtually from the 21 and 22 October 2021, serves as the ideal platform from which to keep abreast of global competitors in this dynamic sector. The agenda of the 2nd annual Africa Strategy Execution Conference, is guaranteed to be an indispensable investment of attendees’ time and resources and will undoubtedly live up to its revered success rate, fostering positive change to the continent’s business sector and the economy in its entirety.