Programmes

Programmes

Programme Offerings

Dwyka Projects have identified two crucial areas at which to target their initial hybrid programmes.

Finance for Non-financial Managers (FNFM)

Financial management is an area of organisational life that strikes terror into the hearts of non-financial people. However, a basic familiarity with the principles of organisational finance, as well as basic financial literacy, are crucial to enhancing any manager’s self-confidence and ability to contribute to management debates and discussions.

Dwyka’s FNFM combines crisp and relevant access to the essential organisational finance basics, whilst at the same time allowing participants to create series of financial data, and to analyse the living data in a manner that is immediate and meaningful.

Effective Teambuilding

Whether in formal work teams, or in a broader context of across-organisation collegial networks, an understanding of the human dynamics that determine and influence group behaviour is crucial to an organisation’s success.

Dwyka’s Effective Teambuilding programme subjects participants to the pressure and uncertainty of group business decision-making in a context of incomplete information and time pressure. A skilled facilitator will debrief participants on their experiences – How was agreement arrived at? Was agreement arrived at? What roles did the various team members play? Which approaches were effective? Which were not?

 

Dwyka Projects are focusing on these two topics, as they are universally applicable – across industry, region, organisation size and management level. Every organisation in the world can profit from enhancing the ability of its members to deal with these two areas of organisational life.

Each topic is offered in three-day and five-day format, to cater to a range of requirements and time availability. To optimise learning groups are limited to 30 members, and ideally should be of between 20 and 30 in size.

  • Timing and numbers

    Each topic is offered in three-day and five-day format, to cater to a range of requirements and time availability. To optimise learning groups are limited to 30 members, and ideally should be of between 20 and 30 in size.

    Additional topics may be added from time to time.

    Analogue is available in two versions: Production and Service.

  •  Analogue - Simulating management decision making
  •  Analogue - Simulating management decision making

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