Speaker and Program Information:
Is Your Organization Tactical or Strategic?
Developing Strategic Thinking Capabilities
According to research in Harvard Business Review, only 23 percent of executives are strong at strategic thinking. With bad strategy being the cause of more than 80 percent of business failures, having a highly strategic organization can be the difference between continued success and bankruptcy. Just ask Circuit City, Borders, or Blockbuster Video.
Senior leaders attending this program will learn how to:
1. Apply the Three Disciplines of Strategic Thinking framework to develop
strategic mindsets and behavior at all levels of the organization.
2. Facilitate strategy conversations across functional areas and levels to eliminate silos and foster greater collaboration and sharing of best practices.
3. Build a common understanding and language for strategy so managers at all levels are able to generate strategic insights that lead to new value.
Presenter: Rich Horwath, CEO, Strategic Thinking Institute
Email: Rich@strategyskills.com Phone: 847 756-4707
Sample of clients Rich has presented to and worked with:
Bank of America, Dell, Intel, Google, FedEx, Pfizer, Novartis, Lockheed Martin, Kraft, Young Presidents Organization, Society for Human Resource Management
Bio: Rich Horwath is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author on strategy. As CEO of the Strategic Thinking Institute, Rich leads executive teams through the strategy process and has helped more than 50,000 managers around the world develop their strategic thinking skills. A former Chief Strategy Officer and professor of strategy, he brings both real-world experience and practical expertise to help companies build their strategic capabilities. Rich and his work have appeared on ABC, CBS, CNBC, CNN, NBC and FOX TV. He is recognized in the textbook Strategy in the 21st Century as one of the key contributors in the history of strategic management for his thought leadership in the field of strategic thinking.
NRECA Conference Center
4301 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA 22203
Front Desk: 703-907-5939
Metro: Ballston on the Orange Line. Parking at Ballston Common across Wilson Blvd.
Please do not park in the NRECA building, it is reserved for those that work in the building.
Tentative Program Schedule: Registration Time: 08:00 am
Program Welcome (Networking Breakfast): 08:15 am
Program Starts: 08:30 am
Program Concludes: 10:00 am
Informal Conversation time with speakers - 10:00 am-10:30 am
HRLF members: FREE
HRLF members may send a substitute to any program they cannot attend and may bring one guest free during their membership year.