Accelare Hosting Jim Champy Webinar on How to Implement an Effective Strategy-to-Execution Process

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A recent 2010 HBR survey of 1,000 executives reveals that only 37 percent of them believe that their firms are “very good or excellent” at strategy execution. Here’s your opportunity to listen to James Champy on how to improve the strategic effectiveness of your organization.

James Champy, a leading authority on management issues surrounding business reengineering, organizational change, and corporate renewal believes there is a key business process missing in most companies – an explicit strategy-to-execution process.

To help companies address this problem, Mr. Champy and Jack Calhoun, Accelare CEO will introduce the latest work that Accelare is doing with clients to advance the development and practice of the strategy-to-execution process to close these gaps. Jim and Jack will discuss the process and competencies needed to:

  •     Build a compelling strategy
  •     Construct a distinctive business and operating model
  •     Successfully design and execute large-scale change program
  •     Keep your current business running in order to pay for the needed transformation

Register for one of the following two webinar sessions, Tuesday, June 18, 2013 at either 10 a.m. or 3 p.m. EDT.

Duration: 60 minutes
Cost: Free

About Accelare:
Accelare is a management consulting firm staffed with business architecture experts that help organizational leaders discover what is truly important to their success and identify the actions necessary to create the future they envision. Through a unique blend of thought leading business architects, innovative strategy-to-execution (S2E™) process design, and our award-winning WhatFirst™ business architecture tool, we guide our clients through designing, implementing, and managing their strategy execution process. The result is a focused agenda, high levels of employee engagement, and targeted investments leading to dramatic performance improvement.

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