Mastering Strategy Execution in a Disruptive Environment helps you close the gaps between planning and action to ensure that all efforts remain on target. You’ll learn to review, plan, and execute strategic initiatives critical to your business and anticipate common hidden barriers strategists face during execution. At the conclusion of this program, you'll have the tools, techniques, and frameworks necessary to successfully execute strategy in today's environment.
STRATEGY IN ACTION
Course Lengthat Goizueta Business School
Typical Class SizeFor leaders & executives overseeing strategic and operational alignment
Course InvestmentBreakfast and lunch included
HOW IT WORKS
Mastering Strategy Execution in a Disruptive Environment examines ways to align operational strategies with organizational objectives and ensure that initiatives get translated into action. Executives and other professionals will gain insight into how their organizations operate and how to align actions with strategic objectives. This short course applies to the Strategy, Business Analytics, and Change Management Certificates.
Strategies for Success
You’ll gain critical insight into how organizations function and how to marry your organization’s daily activities with long-term strategic goals. Explore how human-centered design enables strategic alignment and helps identify new sources of value to keep your company moving steadily toward its goals.
Define Value for Your OrganizationEvaluate your organization's business and operating models and explore methods to align your value chains to deliver customer value.
Act as a Catalyst for OpportunityUnderstand the role of complexity in strategy execution and assess the patterns of disruptions for sustainable growth opportunities.
Execute Strategies to Drive OutcomesDesign an execution plan that creates organizational value and meets the needs of the business unit's role in strategy execution.
Steve WaltonProfessor in the Practice of Information Systems and Operations Management
Creating Strategy for Solutions
Nikolay OsadchiyAssociate Professor of Information Systems & Operations Management