Henley Partnership: Webinar – Strategy execution

It’s often said that making strategy is easy, but implementing it is the real challenge. This webinar offers a deep dive into the world of execution and making things happen.

– Exclusive to Henley Partnership members –

It’s often said that making strategy is easy, but implementing it is the real challenge.

This webinar offers a deep dive into the world of execution and making things happen. We will explore the ‘hardware’ as well as the ‘software’ of organisations, and the unique inertial challenges that leaders must confront in order to drive performance. War stories from the field, underpinned by a tried and tested framework, will give you a structured approach for assessing your organisation’s current reality and desired state, helping you to identify key actions.

Learning outcomes

By the end of the event you will:

  • Know the common failures in implementation of strategy
  • Have a framework for a systemic approach to effective execution
  • Be equipped with learning from the successes and failures of other organisations
  • Understand your role as a leader in implementing strategy

Who should attend?

Senior managers currently engaged with strategy implementation should attend this event, especially if they are seeing a gap between expectations and reality.

Speaker

Narendra Laljani - Henley Business School Finland

Narendra Laljani is a management educator, consultant and CEO coach with over 20 years’ experience in strategy development and execution. He has worked with blue-chip corporations around the world as an adviser, and he combines practical insights with research-based rigour.

Narendra studied economics and management with a concentration in finance. He was awarded a doctorate at Cranfield University in 2008 for his work on strategic leadership. He is the author of Making Strategic Leaders (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009). Prior to taking up an academic career in 1995, he worked with ICI plc for 15 years in a range of general management roles in the UK, Belgium and India. He has made tough decisions in challenging environments, some right, some wrong, and carries the scars from these. His workshops are well known for being memorable and highly impactful.

“Narendra mixed great examples, insights, humour and ideas really well.”

THP Attendee

How do I book?

This event is exclusive to members of The Henley Partnership. To book please contact your HR or Learning and Development team at your organisation.

Unsure who to contact? Please do not hesitate to contact us at thp@henley.ac.uk

For this event, up to 20 places per member organisation are available. ’Up to’ indicates the maximum number per member organisation, it is not an allocation of places. All places are subject to availability at the time of booking.

Key words

The primary theme is change and the secondary theme is strategy and innovation.

It is relevant to the development of thinking, new, formulation, execution, growth, innovation, change.

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