Globally-known workshop offered to overcome challenges in Missouri
- Published: Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019
COLUMBIA, MO – The Missouri SBDC network and University of Missouri Extension Business Development Program are bringing a global business concept to Missouri. Through the use of Stategyzer’s proven process, business will have the tools to overcome competitive, regulatory, and talent challenges. This is essential for world-class strategy and innovation and ensures the success of Missouri businesses.
Over five million business people use Strategyzer’s established methods to strategize, innovate, and grow their organizations around the world. Missouri’s businesses- small, medium, and large- can learn how in just two days.
The Strategyzer workshop, previously offered only in Boston, Europe and Australia by world-renowned author Alex Osterwalder, is coming to Columbia, Missouri. Leading this exclusive workshop will be David Bland, a co-author for the newest publication of Osterwalder’s, Testing Business Ideas.
In a highly interactive and engaging format, participants acquire the tools and processes needed for world-class strategy and innovation.
Attendees learn how to manage innovation, detect and prevent disruption, measure progress, understand business model mechanics, form new business ideas with design thinking, develop value propositions, and more.
Strategyzer Workshop registration is open now at https://sbdc.missouri.edu/events/strategyzer
Dates: November 5 & 6, 2019
Cost: $1,200 (Each additional registrant from the same company is only $600)
Space is limited to 50 attendees
Who should attend:
• Senior executives, strategists, innovation managers, entrepreneurs, consultants, business coaches
• Individuals or business teams looking for hands-on tools to apply to their business models
• Multi-disciplinary teams from businesses with goals of growth, expansion, product development, innovative processes
Scholarships available to businesses that qualify. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. For more information, email [email protected].
About the Missouri SBDC
The Missouri SBDC helps business owners make confident decisions to start, grow, and sell their businesses. Services are provided to residents in all Missouri counties and the city of St. Louis in the form of training events and one-to-one counseling by appointment. The Missouri SBDC is a program funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration and is a partner of the University of Missouri Extension Business Development Program.