Enterprise Dynamics Skills Training Course Material


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What you’ll get

  • 47-page participant manual.
  • 79 powerpoint slides.
  • Practical exercises.
  • Further reading.
  • Course evaluation form.
  • Action plan.

Learning objectives

At the end of this training course your participants will be able to:

  • Understand how an organization can maximize returns.
  • Identify key activities that impact on performance.
  • Understand the obstacles that exist.
  • Understand how this can have a direct impact on the success.

Course overview

Enterprise dynamics probably isn’t something many people worry about. But if people are serious about achieving success, it should be.

Course participants will learn about key aspects of enterprise dynamics, how to market and sell products, innovation, quality, and continuous improvement.

The course is for people serious about developing their enterprise dynamics skills, and who are ready to bring their learning to the next level.

Course outline

Below, we break down how you can present the 4 key sections of this training course.

1. Introduce your audience to various enterprise dynamics

Your introduction will entice your audience to start learning.

Start this course with a clear understanding of your audience.

  • Do they know about the main aspects of enterprise dynamics?
  • Do they struggle because they are not prepared?
  • And do they even know why they should be concerned about enterprise dynamics at all?

These are starting points that will help you better connect with your audience.

As a heads up, use the content provided to explore:

  1. The business environment.
  2. Various dimensions of business design.
  3. Change management skills..
  4. Resistors of change.
  5. The importance of communication within companies.

This section will help your audience feel more connected to the enterprise dynamics skills. And, they will also build more practical skills.

2. Learning to market and sell your product

One of the top priorities for any company is to align everything. This is especially the case around marketing and selling products or services.

Keeping this in mind, use the content to:

  • Examine the main areas of marketing.
  • Focus on competitors and sales. 
  • Explore factors that will communicate their messages to their customers.

The more you can engage with your audience, the more likely they are to learn from the content you share with them.

3. Innovation, quality, and continuous improvement

From the outset, you should stress the value of key quality management metrics.

And, the importance of innovation while paying close attention to continuous improvement. Most of all, use the content to highlight quality factors.

The inclusion of industry-specific examples will help your audience develop a better picture of the role of innovation and continuous improvement.

4. Focus on the dynamic system

Your goal here is to communicate and educate your audience on the role of people, products, processes, and profits.

The trick to sharing these ideas is understanding the experiences of your audience. And, by offering meaningful examples to them.

This approach is brilliant in its simplicity.

Remember, your course participants don’t need to be experts to understand “enterprise dynamics”.

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Frequently asked questions

What are the different layers of a business environment?

One of the most important aspects of understanding enterprise dynamics knows the business environment in which you work. The business environment is composed of four layers:

  • The business world.
  • Your defined market sector.
  • Your supplier and customer.
  • Your organization.

What are the four dimensions of business design?

Most people may not be aware of the dimensions of business design, so it is important to identify with the following:

  • Customer selection.
  • Value capture.
  • Differential and strategic control.
  • Scope.

What are the signs of a functional organizational structure?

The structure of an organization can only be aligned with:

  • Environmental factors.
  • Strategic intentions.
  • Organizational capabilities.
  • Culture.

What are the main drivers for change?

Change is a constant feature of all organizations. And, every organization may have different reasons to embark on a change initiative. Experience has shown that the primary drivers for change can also come from both internal and external sources. These include:

  • Market conditions.
  • Competitors.
  • Technology.
  • Legal implications.
  • Organizational imperatives.
  • Demographics.
  • Stakeholders.

What are the main resistors of change?

Change may not always be welcome. And there are several reasons for this. These include:

  • Ego.
  • Fear.
  • Lack of knowledge.
  • Isolation.
  • Culture.
  • Comfort.
  • Poor communication.
  • Monopoly.


What are the 4 Ps of marketing?

Marketing any product or service involves a traditional 4 P approach of:

  • What you to sell -- Product.
  • What you charge for it -- Price.
  • Where are you going to sell it -- Place.
  • How people know it is for sale -- Promotion.

What are the main benefits of innovation?

Here are the main benefits of innovation within the workplace.

  • Image.
  • Profit.
  • Survival.
  • Attract/retain staff.
  • Expansion.

What is the PDCA cycle of continuous improvement?

The PDCA is an iterative four-stage model for continually improving processes, products/services, and for solving problems. It is also known as the Deming Cycle, and it is a continuous quality improvement model. It follows four logical sequence steps of Plan, Do, Check, and Act. To illustrate:

  • Decide on where the continuous improvement will focus.
  • Set and communicate clear objectives.
  • Plan the activities, schedule, and resources.


  • Implement the agreed plan.
  • Work towards the defined objectives.
  • Record what the results are.


  • Compare actual results.
  • Identify any areas where the correlation is poor.
  • Prioritize any problem area for attention.


  • Examine the prioritized areas.
  • Re-define objectives where necessary.
  • Modify the plan in terms of schedule, activity, and resources.

Can I edit these training course materials?

Yes. You can now add your own logo and customize the course content freely using Microsoft Word and Powerpoint. You can also deliver the course materials where, when and as often as needed.

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