The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking Course in Singapore
The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking Course in Singapore
About This Course
In business, a legacy is usually something that can be encountered and passed on in family-run corporations. The presence of a legacy means there is something that must be upheld and maintained as the business moves forward, never to be destroyed. This results in legacy thinking, being stuck in the old ways.
Legacy thinking, if not handled delicately, can be dangerous. It could impede a company’s innovative progress, taking it a few steps back from its competitors. While it is important to respect the humble beginnings, it is even more so to be forward thinking to avoid being left behind. This course will explore the pros and cons of legacy thinking and will allow the participants to come up with their conclusions to be shared with everyone.
This The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking.
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The ideal group size for this The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking course is:
Minimum: 5 Participants
Maximum: 15 Participants
The duration of this The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking workshop is 1 full day. Knowles Training Institute will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 2 full days, 1 day, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.
1 Full Day
9 a.m to 5 p.m
Below is the list of course benefits of our The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking course
- Evaluates both sides of legacy thinking and from that selects the most beneficial side for business
- Highlights the necessity of embracing change in business strategies to keep up with the rapid advancements in technology
- Inculcates in the participant the pride and honor of being part of a noteworthy legacy
- Motivates the participant to uphold legacy while at the same time adopting modernistic strategies
- Inspires the participant to work hard enough to leave an impressive legacy for the future
- Encourages the participant to be innovative and creative in order to counter the cons of legacy thinking
Below is the list of our The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking objectives
- Define a legacy and its importance in making one
- Explain the process of creating a legacy to be left for the next generation
- Define what is legacy thinking
- Learn the application of legacy thinking in the business world
- Determine whether one is a legacy thinker or an advocate of change
- Determine the advantages and disadvantages of using legacy thinking in business
- Identify the ideal time in business to employ legacy thinking
- Assess the status of legacy thinking in the present rapidly advancing world
- Discover successful companies and organizations which was founded from a legacy
- Apply the concept of legacy thinking in other non-business situations
- Evaluate how the said companies adopt or eradicated legacy thinking in the present day
- Choose a side from the pros and cons of legacy thinking and construct an argument
Below is the list of our The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking training programme content
- What is a legacy? Why is it important to have one?
- How do you make and leave a remarkable legacy?
- What is legacy thinking?
- Legacy thinking as applied in business
- Assess yourself: Do you adopt legacy thinking? To what extent?
- What are the advantages of legacy thinking in business?
- What are the disadvantages of legacy thinking in business?
- When is the best time to employ legacy thinking?
- Legacy thinking in today’s fast-changing world
- Successful companies which started from legacies
- Where is legacy thinking being used?
- Activity: From the success stories learned, evaluate whether they employ legacy thinking in their current situation or if they have modernized their business strategies.
- Activity: From the discussions learned, do the pros outweigh the cons of legacy thinking or vice versa? Construct an argument and present to the class.
Each participant will receive the following materials for the The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking course
The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking Learner’s Guide
The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking Key Takeaways Notes
The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking Essentials Ebook
The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking Course Handouts
The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking 30-Day Action Plan
The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking MindMaps Pack
The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking PPT Slides Used During Course
The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking Long-Term Memory Flashcards Pack
The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking E-Learning Course
The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking Online Video Course
The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking Essentials Audiobook
The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking Infographics Pack
Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion
There are 3 pricing options available for this The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking training course. Course participants not in Singapore may choose to sign up for our online The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking training course.
We have the following discounts, fundings & subsidies for this The Good And Bad Of Legacy Thinking training course
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