270 West 43rd Street,
New York, NY 10036, USA Google Map
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
8:00am to 3:00pm (EST)
- Welcome and Introduction
- U.S. Cellular presentation on Strategy Deployment
The Canyon – Identifying the Barriers to Successful Strategy Execution
- Big picture of why organizations struggle in successfully executing strategies
- Applying the Roots of Engagement: ACME Manufacturing — A Case Study
- A bit of practice—analyzing a hypothetical company (interactive session)
Engaging Employees in Strategy Execution – Part Art, Part Science
- The necessity of engaging the organization to deliver on the strategy
- The Strategic Change Process—a framework
- Deep Dive Session – Managers in the Middle
- The crucial role of managers in driving strategic change throughout the organization
Attendance is limited. Final day to register is November 10, at 3:00 pm (EST).
Price is $149 and no refunds are available after purchase. $99 Early bird
promo code EARLYBIRD
Morning Session: Successful Strategy Execution through People
This interactive exploration and discovery session will be led by seasoned strategy and change initiative experts. Through innovative visual methodologies and interactive dialogue, you will identify the barriers to successful strategy execution in your leader, manager, and frontline groups.
We’ll expose the mistakes that are common in executing strategic initiatives and reveal best practices for addressing them. Using the experience of organizational leaders, we’ll build a “strategic execution blueprint” to enable future success.
In addition, John Coyle, Senior Director of Customer Strategy and Marketing at the award-winning customer service provider, U.S. Cellular, will offer a real-world perspective on rolling out a critical corporate strategy. He will be discussing best practices learned during his organizations strategy execution process.
Following the morning session, we’ll take a deeper dive into the role of managers in driving and sustaining strategy execution through an optional afternoon session.
Afternoon Session: Managers in the Middle
Research and observation shows that well-trained managers are the lynchpin that connects your frontline to your business strategy to advance business results. However, few organizations fully leverage their manager talent. Based on work with hundreds of organizations, we will share Root’s point of view on the critical role of managers and will explore a process to propel them toward more effective leadership.
For information regarding the morning session:
Contact Chris Williams at email@example.com or 419-725-1048.
For information regarding the afternoon session:
Contact Adam Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-806-5964.
For any special dietary needs:
Contact Ann Urfer at email@example.com