Calling all aspiring problem solvers and analytical minds! Join us in the picturesque setting of Pokhara, Nepal, for a transformative five-day workshop on analytical problem solving, helmed by the distinguished Mr. Rajesh Kapoor, Managing Director of Centre for Growth Alternatives (CGA), Faculty at IMDP, The Union, France.
This exclusive workshop tailored for MBA students and professionals delves deep into the intricate art of problem identification, evaluation, and strategic decision-making. Mr. Kapoor, with over 35 years of groundbreaking experience, brings a wealth of expertise in organizational transformation, strategic planning, performance re-engineering, and more.
Explore the six-step analytical problem-solving process:
Step 1: Master problem identification using tools like brainstorming, consensus, and data analysis.
Step 2: Dive into cause identification using methods such as why-why analysis and fishbone diagrams, alongside the Pareto Principle.
Learn data stratification, display, and analysis through charts and concepts like standard deviation and trend analysis.
Steps 3 & 4: Discover effective solution generation, evaluation, and selection techniques, emphasizing creativity and risk assessment.
Step 5: Explore planning and implementation strategies, converting chosen solutions into actionable plans using tools like GANNT Charts and PERT/CPM.
Step 6: Evaluate outcomes, gather lessons learned, and refine your approach based on feedback and evaluation.
Mr. Kapoor’s extensive experience working with renowned international organizations, governments, and NGOs globally, from Afghanistan to Vietnam, adds a rich layer to this workshop. His knack for customizing business enhancement programs ensures tangible, real-world deliverables for short- and long-term success.
This workshop offers a unique opportunity to interact with a luminary in the field, gain hands-on experience, and network with like-minded individuals. Open to MBA students eager to refine their analytical prowess and professionals seeking to enhance their decision-making acumen.