How many times have you and your team decided on new plans to make day-to-day processes more efficient, only to watch months slip by with those plans unexecuted? Why don’t certain tasks get executed? Why do things stay the same, even when the change is critical to your team? This course provides you with techniques and strategies for executing business strategy, and more importantly, ideas on how to cultivate a culture that supports the active business execution needed to keep pace with today’s fast-changing world. Specifically, the course will explore techniques for fostering a culture of business execution, one that leverages planning, people, and practice in an integrated approach to business execution. Materials designed to support blended learning activities aligned with this course are available from the Resources Page.
Supervisors, managers, directors, and individuals wanting to develop their leadership skills
Expected Duration (hours)
Leadership Essentials: Leading Business Execution
recognize the meaning of business execution
recognize how to leverage your business planning to support business execution
classify examples of strategies for leveraging the “people” component of business execution
support business execution through people and practice, in a given scenario