Breaking Silos - Hong Kong


Breaking Silos - Hong Kong

Course Dates:
14/10/2019 To 16/10/2019

USD $ 5900

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A key challenge for senior leadership in Asia is ensuring alignment and effectiveness across operating units and across different regional and country offices, as well as with partner organizations. This intensive 3 day event will address the core components of organizational leadership and effectively build capability both personally and for the organization to break down barriers and support effective communications across borders - be it across business unit silos or across different country operations.

With Breaking Silos, participants will gain critical leadership skills to effectively facilitate collaboration across functional, geographical, and organizational boundaries. They will acquire skills to diagnose and design reporting lines and network structures that help share learning and create value, identify and train key personnel to facilitate collaboration across organizational boundaries, create organizational culture to support cross-silo collaboration and deliver most value to the customer.

There are many lessons to be learned from corporate and non-profit entities, mergers or acquisition situations, outsourcing experiences, as well as successful and unsuccessful efforts of many organizations to collaborate across silos in the efforts to become more customer centric. Applying these lessons can effectively change the way you will lead the future of your organization.


Michigan Ross School of Business, University of Michigan

Tel : +1 734 763 1000



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