Systematic Managerial Analysis and Corporate Presentation

Every day, managers encounter new, specific problems and have to develop solutions for them as swiftly and as seamlessly as possible. It’s in these situations where effective problem-solving and decision-making come into play, and what distinguishes a great manager from a mediocre one. You can become one of these great managers by taking our introductory course in Systematic Managerial Analysis, which teaches you how to enhance your decision-making, problem analysis, and situational analysis.

Who this is for:

Senior and junior managers, and aspiring managers

What you will learn:

  1. How to use problem solving and decision-making tools in daily office situations
  1. How to be able to function more effectively in areas of management and corporate communication
  1. How to be able to identify and use major factors towards efficiency and productivity
  1. How to improve competence in dealing with internal and external operations as well as communicating ideas
  1. How to project professionalism and credibility when presenting


  1. Enhanced thought process when making decisions
  1. Stronger communication skills
  1. Confidence in leading, delegating, and reporting


TalkShop uses Integrated Language Teaching. This means 30% of the course is comprised of facilitator-based discussions while 70% is dedicated to an interactive learning experience through:

  • Practical Role-play Scenarios
  • Power Presentation Activities
  •  Brainstorming Sessions
  • Individual and Group Presentations
  • Problem Analyses

Course Outline


I. Introduction 

A. Setting of Expectations

B. Definition of Terms

C. Applications of Systematic Managerial Analysis

    • Determining the True Causes of Problems

D. Making Decisions Based on Complete Analysis

E. Anticipating and Managing Potential Problems

F. Systematic Managerial Analysis Project

II. Decision Analysis

A. Elements of Decision-making

B. Process of Decision Analysis

    • Agreeing on the Purpose
    • Establishing the Criteria
    • Classifying the Criteria
    • Developing Alternatives
    • Evaluating Alternatives against the Criteria
    • Choosing the Best Alternative
    • Assessing the Risks
    • Making the Final Decision

C. Types and Levels of Decision-making

D. Routine and Unique Decisions

E. Group Decision-making

    • Using the Six Thinking Hats
    • Facilitating a Group Discussion
    • Overcoming Group Problem Solving Barriers

III. Problem Analysis

A. Applications of Problem Analysis

B. Steps to Effective Problem Analysis

    • Defining the Problem
    • Identifying the Root Cause
    • Breaking Down into Minor Problems
    • Sequencing Cause & Effect
    • Shaping Problems to Find Solutions
    • Implementing the Solution

C. Problem Analysis Implementation

IV. Potential Problem Analysis

A. Identifying Potential Problems

B.  Listing Possible Causes

C. Finding the Likeliness of Potential Problems

D. Implementing Ways to Limit Risk

E. Measuring Residual Risk

F. Laying Down Contingency Plans

V. Situational Analysis

A. Situational Analysis Concepts

B. Methods of Situation Analysis

    • The 5 Cs Analysis
    • SWOT Analysis
    • Porter Five Forces Analysis

C. Applying the 5Cs Analysis

    • Company
    • Competitors
    • Customers
    • Collaborators
    • Climate

D. SWOT Analysis Implementation

    • Strengths
    • Weaknesses
    • Opportunities
    • Threats

E. Porter’s Five Forces Industry Analysis

    • The Threat of a New Entrant
    • Bargaining Power of Buyers
    • Threat of Substitute Product of Services
    • Bargaining Powers of Suppliers
    • Rival Among Existing Competitors

VI. Validation and Work Application Project

A. Presentation of Systematic Managerial Analysis Project

B. Panel Defense and Execution

C. Revision and Development

VII. The Corporate Image of Presenters

A. Corporate Branding

B. The Corporate Attire

    • Corporate Attire Dos and Don’ts
    • Business Fashion for Men & Women
    • How to Tie a Necktie

C. Corporate Outfit Presentation

VIII. Presentation Protocols

A. Business Greetings and Introduction

    • Establishing Authority
    • The Business Handshake
    • Authoritative Body Language

B. Calling People On-stage

C. Gestures to Use and Signs to Avoid

D. The Diplomatic Stance

IX. Adding Power to Your Voice

A. Power Projection for Board Presentations

B. The Professional Tone

    • Inspiring without Perspiring
    • The Power to Connect Through Speech
    • Reading Aloud Exercises

C. Speaking with Power

X. The Power of Words

A. Power Words for Public Speakers

B. Adding Structure to your Speech

    • Audience Impact in Three Seconds
    • Sharing your Story
    • Leaving a Powerful Message

C. Speech Writing Activity

    • Introduction (Hook)
    • Body (Line)
    • Conclusion (Sinker)

Course duration:

5 days (minimum)


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