Corporate analytics and business intelligence

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This subject explores developing the resources and activities required to build performance measures and key performance indicators, including the ability to identify key areas that need to be measured and can indeed be measured, as well as drawing on historic data to conduct predictive analysis.

Business analysis for police leaders

Course leader: Maureen McVey

Business analysis training will provide you with the necessary skills to manage an organization for efficiencies; solve operational problems, and address the ongoing challenges of doing more with less.

Root cause analysis is a critical skill required to understand underlying issues which prevent your organization from operating at optimum effectiveness. When the problem has been identified, then analysis of current state processes and conducting activity-based costing will help you prepare a a robust business case.

Cost benefit analysis is a critical skill for managing risk. Understanding the three critical areas of successful organizational change – people, processes and technology will be discussed. The objective of the business analysis programme is to prepare you with tools and techniques to run your organization using the business analysis approach: namely define the problem; determine the need, and consider all impacted stakeholders. The programme will expose you to techniques in elicitation; analysis using diagramming and modelling; and writing effective specifications to describe what the organization requires in order to solve the problem.

If you are interested in having a course customized for your needs, please contact us directly.

Police corporate communications

Course leader: Pamela Bailey

When speaking with the media, police leaders are speaking with their communities. Designing and framing the message that they need to communicate is critical to organizational success. This program addresses areas including understanding what makes a story and how the news cycle works; working with the media; internal communications; planning a communications campaign; social media; reputational management and crisis management.

If you are interested in having a course customized for your needs, please contact us directly.

 

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Progressive community leadership

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This topic dissects police leader as community leader; explores methods to establish community outreach as well as techniques to identify and engage key communities, and delivers insight into recognizing key elements within the community and how to address their concerns.

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Organizational strategic development for police leaders

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This program examines how to build strategic planning resources within your organization. Topics tackled include identifying  what police organizations should expect from their strategic planners, such as setting organizational goals and priorities; environmental scans; program evaluation, and conducting cost/benefit analysis and return on investment (ROI) analysis.

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Police leadership

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With programs aimed at police leaders and emerging police leaders, we fully recognize the importance of this role as well as the requirement to further develop a broad understanding of leadership issues. As a result, this program touches on many other areas including situational leadership; leading organizational change; leading organizational evolution and growth, and leading an organization of excellence – to name but a few.

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