As part of its Corporate Membership, the Centre runs a training programme of one-day seminars which cover the most important strategy topics. This is an opportunity for your strategy team and other colleagues to learn about and discuss key strategy issues with peers from other organisations.


Seminar dates for 2020

17 September - Corporate strategy - Jo Whitehead (Virtual)

15 October - Mergers and acquisitions - Andrew Campbell

19 November (tbc) - Strategic planning with guest speaker Hein Schreuder - Jo Whitehead and

Rebecca Homkes

The Centre also offers a four-day Strategy Bootcamp

5 - 9 October 2020

While normally held in central London, the 2020 iteration will take place virtually allowing attendance without travel. 

The Bootcamp is aimed at those in a corporate or BU strategy role, or in Business Development. 

This four-day Bootcamp is aimed at people in the strategy or business development function at either at the corporate level or in a business unit.  It is geared towards those who want to refresh or supplement their current strategy skills, but also accommodates those who have not received much training in how to use strategy tools and analysis. We will cover a fairly comprehensive range of topics including:

  • Strategy and value creation: The strategy story

  • Strategy tools

  • Strategy and finance and building a business case

  • Corporate strategy

  • Strategy under uncertainty

New for 2020! Corporate Innovation Bootcamp

1 - 3 December 2020 (dates to be confirmed)

Topics to include:

  • Preparing for corporate innovation

  • Learning better sessions from startups: Ideation and Growth

  • Ideation sprints: Getting to the idea

  • Market acceleration: Growing your ideas

  • Open innovation: Successful partnerships

  • Guest speakers: CVCs, entrepreneurs, and company founders partnering with large corporates

NB. Custom offerings of both are available.

For more information on any of our seminars or bootcamps please contact

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