Do you have any idea of the impact on your business of events that take place in the world and in the industry in which your organisation operates? Are you aware of the main global trends that could serve as differentiating and innovative assets in the markets where you operate?
Aligning your organisation’s strategy and resources in order to deal with an increasingly volatile, uncertain and unpredictable future is an unavoidable item on the agenda for those seeking to outdo themselves within an increasingly competitive environment.
The Porto Business School, one of the world’s top 75 business schools, according to the Financial Times ranking on Executive Training, has been intrinsically linked to the corporate world since day one. The wide range of assets related to the theoretical and practical knowledge of our lecturers and consultants, our project management skills and the coverage of our network, all enable us to present and develop solutions and methodologies to help organisations achieve their goals.
The value proposal that the Porto Business School offers is, thus, distinctive and attractive, thanks to the flexibility and swiftness of the solutions it presents, the ability to adjust solutions to customers' needs and the innovation it infuses into the development and delivery of its services.
It is in light of these assumptions that we have developed FISS and DO (Future of Industry Strategy and Skills and Design to Outcome), a methodology developed by the Porto Business School, which hinges on six steps:
- 1 External Analysis
- 2 Internal Analysis
- 3 Identifying future skills to be developed by resources
- 4 Alternative paths to be followed
- 5 Initiatives to be taken in order to follow the path
- 6 Training on the skills needed to achieve the goals
We believe that this concept, which is linked to the degree of customisation it entails, is more than a driver of change. It is the first piece of the whole we want to build together with your company.
Don't get left behind. Always stay one step ahead. With the Porto Business School.