BFSI – Senior Management – Simulation programs by enParadigm

BFSI – Senior Management
Management development programs built around a holistic, CEO’s perspective of business for your SVP, VP, and GM level roles.
A CEO’s perspective
Your senior management, including the heads of departments, are experts in their own domains. As their responsibility (or your business’ complexity) increases, they also need a CEO’s perspective to excel in their roles.
A strong strategic orientation, sufficient financial and commercial acumen, as well as a cross-functional, holistic perspective of business, are vital for those being groomed to lead multiple P&Ls, multiple functions, or an entire business unit.
“After the workshop, I realized that we need to analyze competition and identify uniqueness… I have been able to implement these concepts and have also been able to analyze financial statements better than before.”
Janesh P Bhatt
Head – Analysis & Design, NJ Invest
Key Takeaway
– A CEO’s holistic perspective of business
Customer centricity for differentiation and competitive advantage
Cross-functional business perspective and inclusive decision making
Financial acumen for prudent business decisions at the function, organization, and market level
Companies like you
Discover companies like yours who have succeeded with enParadigm’s simulation-based programs. We have helped these firms change mindsets, develop critical competencies, and drive tangible business results.
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Comprehensive engagement
We go beyond the one-time workshop model to design and deliver comprehensive engagements. They address individual needs and also help to internalize / apply the insight gained. Engagements typically stretch across many months centered around a simulation-based workshop.

“A great and practical way to develop strategic thinking and to understand the dynamics of cross- functional decision making. A significant help to all senior leaders.”

Mayur Patni
Senior Vice President, HSBC

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