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Tools for Competitive Analysis and Strategic Repositioning   New

CATEGORY: Management
2 CPE Credits
Stay ahead of the curve in today’s evolving market! This webinar will provide you with the practical analytical tools needed to sharpen your competitive assessment and strategic repositioning skills.

Modern businesses have always operated in a dynamic environment. However, that dynamism has intensified in the last several decades with the increased pace of globalization, rapid advances in enabling technology, and more recently, the emergence of rebalancing forces. Most notably, the COVID pandemic, the war in Ukraine and tensions among trading partners have caused a re-evaluation of supply chain issues. The result has been a greater focus on resilience and the rethinking of widely employed approaches, such as just-in-time management and the outsourcing and off-shoring of operations. Overall, the knock-on effect has been the need for many businesses to reexamine the competitive and operational landscape to ensure that they remain properly aligned with their markets.

Don’t miss this webinar with its valuable insights on proven methodologies used to evaluate market and competitive forces. In addition, case studies will illustrate how tools such as SWOT analysis, scenario planning, gap and strategic analysis provide structured and informed business assessments. Moreover, this webinar will highlight how these assessments lay the groundwork to execute any resulting plans for change and growth.

Who should attend: Accountants in industry will benefit from an introduction or refamiliarization with longstanding and time-proven analytical models. Accountants in public practice will learn how to assist clients in facilitating competitive analysis, as well as how they can apply the lessons learned to their own practices. 

Instructor: William (Bill) Gole, MBA, CPA
Instructor assignments are fluid and subject to change.

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