STARTS ON: June
04th- 06th 2023
DURATION: 3 Full Days
COURSE FEES:14,900 SAR
Tax Not Included
Healthcare organizations are increasingly facing changing business environments marked by turbulence, uncertainty, novelty and ambiguity. The last decade has witnessed growth in healthcare management, further accelerated due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of the 2030 vision, the next decade will witness unprecedented transformation in the sector.
This program brings together interdisciplinary teams of clinicians, managers, economists, and technologists to envision their sector’s future beyond 2030. They will work together to brainstorm how better to prepare themselves and their organizations for those futures.View more
Representatives of healthcare service providers, suppliers, insurance companies, and the government will question long-held assumptions, correct decision-making biases, review existing strategies, and engage with multiple stakeholders through a relatively new strategic tool -- scenario planning.
Anticipating future threats and opportunities can factor in decisions one can take today to improve organizational resilience. Critical dialogue and debate among various stakeholders are at the core of this approach.
The program follows the rigorous methodological and pactical steps outlined in the Oxford Scenario Planning Approach. In contrast to the traditional strategy, which plans how to shape the future, strategic thinking and reframing through scenario planning identifies new opportunities in the face of disruptive contextual changes and helps to prepare organizations for multiple possible futures. The economic, organizational, social, and technological aspects of the Kingdom’s healthcare sector will be examined, from personal choices to the wider impact on the wider economy and society.
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At the MBSC Healthcare Strategy Program, you can expect the followings:
Complete an intensive, practical interactive program based on participant-centered pedagogy in 3 days only
Receive a Certificate in Business Specialty in MBSC Healthcare Strategy Program from Prince Mohammed bin Salman College of Business and Entrepreneurship+
Note: After successful completion of the program, you’ll also be granted a verified digital certificate that will be emailed to you in the name you used when registering for the program.
All certificate images are for illustrative purposes only and may be subject to change at the discretion of MBSC Executive Education.
Learn from accomplished Professors who are a cut above the rest in their field, are based in Saudi Arabia and come from diverse international backgrounds
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Program Director, Associate Professor of Strategy and Innovation
Dr. Yasser Bhatti is a scholar of Strategy, Innovation and Entrepreneurship with a focus on the study of emerging models of innovation and strategies which promote inclusive and sustainable growth. He merges an understanding of innovation concepts, mainly frugal, social and reverse innovations with strategy concepts, mainly cost leadership, business models, and scenario planning. He draws on institutional theory and resource-based view to understand the role that organizations play in the market and in society. For impact of scholarly work, he also works at the intersection of management and health, relying on mixed methods research.
He contributes to and speaks regularly at international forums on innovation. For instance, he provided expert feedback to Pakistan’s new Social Protection Ministry (called Ehsaas); he was invited for knowledge sharing by the Danish Ministry of Science and Technology; offered expert advice to the UK's Innovation think tank NESTA; and served on the scientific advisory board of the European Commission Project on Frugal Innovation. He was also invited to Google Headquarters in New York City to present to Chief Innovation Officers of healthcare organisations on how to scale frugal innovations. His book ‘Frugal Innovation: Models, Means, Methods’, published by Cambridge University Press, was nominated for best book award at the Academy of Management annual meeting 2020. The book sheds light on how entrepreneurs and firms can pursue competitive strategies by innovating for humanity to improve lives for everyone, everywhere.
Yasser completed his PhD in Innovation and MSc in Entrepreneurship from University of Oxford's Said Business School. His MSc thesis at Oxford received best dissertation prize. He also has an MSc degree in Computer Science and PG certificate in Management of Technology both from Georgia-Tech with distinction and BSc in Mechanical Engineering with special distinction from the University of Oklahoma. Following five years of practice in the manufacturing industry (Met-Pro Corporation and IBM) and in the multilateral development sector at the United Nations, he pursued a renewed passion for teaching and research in academia to bridge the gap between the academic community and business world. He worked at the University of Oxford's Saïd Business School, Imperial College London, and Queen Mary University of London. At QMUL he served as Director of the MSc in Entrepreneurship and Innovation and Director of Admissions and Recruitment.
He grew up in Jeddah in the 1980s to early 1990s, moved to the United States for his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in the late 1990s, and then to the United Kingdom for his PhD degree in the late 2000s. Going full circle, he is delighted to return to Saudi Arabia after almost three decades and looks forward to making a positive contribution to MBSC and the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.
Academic Director of Research, Professor in Economics
Dr. Paul Frijters joined MBSC as the Professor of Economics and Wellbeing in September 2021. Previously, he was a Professor in Wellbeing Economics at the LSE from 2016-2021, developing the WELLBY, a new tool for wellbeing policy making that was recently adopted by the UK bureaucracy. He is still an emeritus visiting professor at the LSE.
University education (Undergraduate and Masters equivalent) 1988-1994 Econometrics, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Ph.D. University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Prince Mohammed Bin Salman College, September 2021-now
London School of Economics, December 2016-now
University of Queensland: March 2010 – 2016
Queensland University of Technology: January 2006 –March 2010
Australian National University: January 2003 – 2006
Free University Amsterdam: September 1998-December 2002