THE NUTS AND BOLTS OF SUCCESSFUL STRATEGY EXECUTION

TARGET AUDIENCE:  Board of Directors, Head of  the Organization, & Unit/Dept. for Strategic Planning

DESCRIPTION

Most Executives recognize that once strategies are developed (usually in a formal process such as Strategic Planning Retreat) the next major process is Execution.  Asked to define “Strategy Execution” most executives would describe it as “the process of implementing our strategy”.  This may explain the simplistic mindset and approach to Strategy Execution that tends to result in high rates of failure, currently at 60%.  Successful Strategy Execution results in the achievement of planned performance over the strategy period.  The purpose of this 3-day program is to train participants in the basic nuts and bolts of Successful Strategy Execution.

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

  • To present a basic nuts and bolts processes of strategy execution
  • To present organization-wide system (people, process, and technology)
  • To train on managing the people side of strategy execution
  • To train on managing the operational-side of execution
  • To train on managing the system-side of execution

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • After attending this workshop, participants will be able to:
  • Understand the TOWS Matrix Model and apply it in Strategic Planning
  • Participate in the Strategic Planning Process for their organization
  • Understand how to clarify or develop their organizations core ideology

CURRICULUM

DAY ONE

Understanding Your Strategic  Plans

Presenting a Model for Basic Strategy Execution

Trouble Shooting Your  Strategy Implementation
DAY TWO  

Developing an Implementation Plan for your Strategic Plan

Monitoring Implementation and Assessing Performance

Conducting Strategy Review and Implementing  Corrective Actions
DAY THREE  

Leading Strategy Execution Developing Organizational Capacity to Perform

Managing the People Side of Strategy Execution

Understanding and Managing Change
 

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