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Strategy Execution Seminar May 30th, 2013

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The Discipline of Getting the Right Things Done

What You Will Learn

  • Approaches to strategy formlation (e.g., Blue Ocean, TQM, Competitive Advantage, Co-Creation)
  • Best practices in forming the team at the top and preparing them to lead strategy execution
  • Five imperatives of strategy execution: Aligning the top team, Translating the strategy into operational terms, Aligning the organization to the strategy, Engaging employees to make strategy everyone?s job, Governing to make strategy execution a continual process
  • New developments in the Balanced Scorecard methodology, the gold standard in strategy execution and used by the world?s most successful organizations

Leaders at best-in-class companies are applying the emerging discipline of strategy execution, thus gaining a measurable advantage for getting results. This discipline has three components. You will explore each of them in this seminar: 1) a compelling strategy, 2) an aligned top team, and 3) a methodology for strategy execution.


hadley williams |

Hadley Williams, PhD, MBA, is a managing director of Human Productivity, LLC and consults to senior teams on: strategy management, organization design and change management. His consulting experience has been both within and to Fortune 500 companies in the United States and their international subsidiaries. Dr. Williams? public service record is noteworthy both as a researcher for the National Institute of Mental Health and as a director of a nationally acclaimed community-based treatment program for adolescents at risk. Note: Hadley is certified in the Norton-Kaplan Balanced Scorecard Strategy Management System.

richard mcknight |

Richard McKnight, PhD has consulted to CEOs, top leaders, and their teams for over 20 years. He has written extensively about strategy execution and is the author of Leading Strategy Execution as well as Victim, Survivor, or Navigator? Choosing a Response to Workplace Change. Rick also writes a monthly column on leadership, teams, and strategy execution for the Philadelphia Business Journal.

Where and When

  • Philadelphia Museum of Art
  • Thursday, May 30, 2013 ? 10:00 a.m. ? 4:00 p.m.

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Your $425 registration fee includes:

  • Lunch at the Museum Cafe
  • Copy of Leading Strategy Execution by Richard McKnight, et. al.
  • Copy of The Execution Premium: Linking Strategy to Operations for Competitive Advantage by Robert S. Kaplan and David P. Norton

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