The current very unstable world economic, social and environmental situation is likely to remain with us for a number of years. This presents many unforeseen economic, social and environmental challenges as well as inevitable risks for island jurisdictions and the organisations based within these communities.
This half-day course focuses on these challenges and risks in addition to their impact on internal issues already facing many island communities. It also concentrates on the objective interpretation of the range of economic and social data and information sources that is available. The primary aim is then to highlight the degree of importance of this analysis on strategic and operational planning within your own organisation and economic sector.
The course comprises the following elements:
- Relevance of economic and social data trends to a business
- External influencing factors on economic and social trends
- International, national and local data sources and reliability
- How to interpret data in a simple but meaningful way
- How to identify what data is and is not important to a business
- Setting of business objectives in response to economic and social trends
- Review process and timescales
If you are in a position which has responsibility, however extensive, in determining strategy, policy and operational direction, we hope that, once you have attended this course, you will understand the degree of importance and relevance or otherwise of all the various economic, social and environmental trends and information that are now available.
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