Webinar: how to make strategy agile

Agility 2 - sMaking strategy agile: how to create a strategy that rapidly adapts to new learning and external change

21st July 5pm to 6pm (no fee)

Ten-year, five-year, even three-year strategies are increasingly problematic in times of rapid learning and change.

Many organisations find themselves wrestling with a two-year-old strategic plan that has already started to become out of date, based on beliefs and expectations that seemed sensible at the time but have long since changed. Priorities become increasingly dictated by annual budgets, strategic choices get steadily unpicked, and pragmatic opportunism drives the proliferation of projects and an increasing sense of strategic drift.

The impact of the recent pandemic hasn’t changed that dynamic, it has simply shortened the timeframe and widened the disconnect between what the strategy says we should be doing, and what the organisation now needs to do.

It doesn’t have to be this way.

In this free, interactive webinar, I will show how you can develop dynamic strategy models and consciously adopt a much more agile approach to strategic decision-making, dramatically improving your ablility to blend long-term vision and ambition with rapid learning in a more volatile and changeable world.

I will share anonymised examples, give space for attendees to share their own challenges and successes, and take as many questions as you want to throw at me (or each other) throughout the hour.

This is a rare opportunity to step away from the day-to-day, to think more strategically about the changes, challenges and opportunities ahead, and to think differently about how you could approach them.

To register, simply e-mail me and I will send you the link and details to access the call. Feel free to share this invitation with colleagues.

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