This CPE course is included in the 50+ hours of CGMA Strategic Management Accounting . It can also be purchased individually or as a part of Strategy Development and Implementation This CPE course focuses on the analysis of an organizations current position using a corporate appraisal (SWOT analysis) and gap analysis. It discusses various techniques used in forecasting. It discusses game theory as well as the real options of an organization deciding on a strategic project. Topics Discussed: Forecasting and the various techniques used: trend analysis, system modelling, in-depth consultation with experts (e.g., Delphi method). Scenario planning and long-range planning as tools in strategic decision making. Game theory approaches to strategic planning and decision making. (Note: complex numerical questions will not be set.) Real options as a tool for strategic analysis. (Note: complex numerical questions will not be set.)
Analyze the organizations current position (using corporate appraisal SWOT analysis and gap analysis). Identify various techniques used in forecasting, such as trend analysis, system modelling, and in-depth consultation with experts (e.g., Delphi method). Recognize scenario planning, long-range planning, and game theory as tools in strategic planning and decision making. Recognize real options as a tool for strategic analysis.
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