Essential Skills: Restructuring

Return to growth

Once a distressed business has been stabilised, there remains a need to shift the focus towards seeking opportunities for profitable growth.
Return to growth can be inorganic such as mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures. Or it can be organic through strategies such as new product development, pursuing adjacent markets and performance improvement.

Recognising that different organisations will have different options for growth, in this course we discuss the pros and cons of inorganic and organic growth approaches. Organic growth strategies are explored in further detail using the Kano Model, design thinking and other related approaches.

Learning objectives

At the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Understand organic and inorganic growth strategies.
  • Appreciate the strengths and weaknesses of organic and inorganic growth and recognise the situations where each might apply.
  • Apply the Kano Model, design thinking and related approaches to new product development and innovation.

Who should attend?

Turnaround executives, insolvency practitioners, non-executive directors, legal and governance advisors, private equity investors.

Prerequisites

We recommend you have at least one year of on-the-job experience prior to attending this course.

Course format

A two-hour presentation covering the theory, plus at least one practical exercise.

Cost

Members & non-members: $199 (GST incl.)

CPE

Up to 2 CPE hours. 

Please see our enrolment and cancellation policy. For further information contact our education team.