Strategy Execution: Getting It Done
Whether it’s entering new markets, repositioning, outsourcing, or undertaking new initiatives or technology, execution of strategic goals is often a graveyard of good intentions. A recent strategy execution study of a broad group of leaders found that 65% of them do not consider their own organization successful at executing their strategies.
How You Will Benefit
- Apply basic elements of strategy execution to your own strategic initiative
- Recognize factors affecting your ability to execute your organization’s strategy
- Break large, long-term strategic initiatives into smaller, achievable projects
- Map your own strategic goals against the vital points of success, failure and resistance
- Utilize skills that can gain and sustain support across organizational boundaries
- Identify ways to better align your strategy with departmental and organizational goals
Upcoming start dates
28 February, 2024
17 April, 2024
- New York City
13 May, 2024
- Virtual Classroom
Who should attend?
Experienced leaders who need to successfully execute their part of larger scope, mission-critical strategic initiatives.
- Using Mind Mapping to define and refine a strategic initiative
- Designing a strategic execution goal for a successful outcome and preparing for results
- Planning and leading an energizing launch for a strategic initiative-focused project
- Using plans, schedules, budgets and controls to track the progress of your strategic initiative
- Overcoming opposition and unforeseen obstacles using political skills and creative problem solving
Course price for:
- Non Members: $2995
- AMA Members: $2695
Certification / Credits
CEU: 1.8, PDU: 18, CPE: 21
Average rating 4.7
Jennifer was a great instructor. Over the three day learning, she drew numerous examples on her experience to enrich the course, which I liked. The course provides valuable tool...
Doing a 3-day meeting is a big challenge. Denise did a good job in a difficult setting and was able to convey the messages well.
Jennifer was very passionate about the course subject matter. Her real life examples were valuable and appreciated. She kept the class engaged and on track. Great course!
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