Aligning Work to Strategy
Time & Location
About the Event
Swift strategy execution is the holy grail of successful, agile companies. Senior professionals, executives, entrepreneurs and innovators have long struggled with the problem of "How to best align work to an organization’s strategy in a sustainable and meaningful way so that the strategy and those who contribute to it succeed?" This summit a unique opportunity to use diversity of thought and experience to address it.
Successful strategy execution has been our passion for the past 25 years, and we think there is a unique opportunity and need to address it -- right now.
Join us, Chris Murasso and Victoria Khazan and a carefully selected, group of leaders from diverse industries to examine common issues that confront you and your peers as you drive strategy, innovation and change, and together design a solution informed by your experiences, yielding innovative ideas and approaches.
We wanted to engage people whose thought leadership we value, and have selected you and your fellow participants very intentionally to ensure we all benefit from diversity of thought, and unique skills and experiences, which, in combination, will push us all to think beyond our current frames of reference.
During this summit, we will start with our own hypothesis on how to best align work to strategy and shape it via the group’s diversity of experience and thought. By the end, we expect to have both practical and innovative strategies on ways to increase alignment to strategy and increase meaningful ways of working creating the biggest impact on the business.
If you are as excited as we are, you can "come in hot" to the session by simply thinking of your current and past experiences. How was your work aligned (or not) to the organization's strategy? What specific examples could illustrate this, and what impact (positive and negative) did it have on the organization's success? If you had complete authority, what improvements would you make to increase positive impact?
We are very eager to work with you! If you know of someone who would enjoy and contribute to this discussion, we'd be glad to include them as well!
Friday, May 7at 11:30 - 1:00