MarketBusters is a daylong interactive workshop that would take place on April 23, 2015 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm at Harvard Classroom, Taj Lands End, Mumbai. Rita McGrath, one of the world’s most popular innovation and strategy guru, would address the delegates at this daylong high-level executive summit.
After successfully authoring top seller, MarketBusters: 40 Strategic Moves That Drive Exceptional Business Growth, Rita McGrath is here to share her insights on the ways in which an innovative move can make your business march in the path of progress.
At this hands-on training summit, Rita McGrath would lay emphasis on the most powerful and effective strategic moves for your business, which she terms as “Marketbusters.” Mastering these techniques would help the attendees gain an advantage over their competitors and peers, and help organizations achieve blockbuster growth.
Why should you attend the workshop?
Rita McGrath’s extensive research with organizations from across numerous industries has led to her discovering several proven market-busting moves, of which she would share five market busting lenses at this hands-on training summit.
The five lenses that Rita McGrath would dwell at length would help you put the techniques to practise instantly and reap the results as the session would have ample time for practical application exercises. This apart, every delegate would also get to participate in the one-on-one interaction session with McGrath, where the delegate can discuss the experiential growth challenges.
At the end of the workshop, the delegates would carry with them immense knowledge on the ways in which organizations can discover growth opportunities and a toolkit that would help them deliver the same. Seize the opportunity and learn from the world’s top strategy guru the reasons why and how some companies manage to fight the odds and surge ahead through the obstacles.
Every ticket costs Rs.32,500 if one or two tickets are bought. However, the offer price comes down to Rs. 27,500 per head, if the number of delegates is more than three.