Translate your global strategy into regional policies? Here’s how
Join the Global Fleet Managers Club for a virtual session on Thursday 13 April from 4 to 5:30 pm (CET) on ‘How to translate a global strategy into regional policies’.
Designing and setting up a global fleet strategy is one thing. But deploying and implementing it is quite another. To get from A to B, you must translate high-level guiding principles into local rules that are both practicable and measurable.
The key word here is ‘local’ because the world’s many regions and countries are a patchwork of different business preferences, varying levels of market maturity, specific supplier offerings, and particular legislative frameworks. In other words: that translation from global strategy to regional policy is easier said than done.
You need more than a good plan. You also need strong buy-in from your leadership. You also must communicate clearly with all stakeholders. You must be flexible. And last but not least, you must be aware of regional and even local differences and realise that they matter. Added up, that’s a good description of the skillset of today’s global fleet manager. And a recipe for his or her success.
But how do you actually get from A to B? The best way to learn is to listen to those who have already successfully done it, and ask them questions.
Join our upcoming session of the Global Fleet Managers Club – topic: ‘How to translate a global strategy into regional policies’, with insights from Miray Halavurt, Manager Global Sourcing Car Fleet & Finance at Mondelez International, and Teresa Casulleras,
The virtual session will take place on Thursday 13 April from 4 to 5:30 pm (CET).
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