Becoming an Adaptive Leader: Overcoming Project Breakdowns

Project-Based Work is Changing – Can You Adapt?

Becoming an Adaptive Leader: Overcoming Project Breakdowns

Project-Based Work is Changing – Can You Adapt?

Becoming an Adaptive Leader

Leading projects has always required mastery of the essential skills—building plans and actively managing scope and performance—but today’s environment demands project leaders also develop an adaptive mindset and skill set.

In this webinar, Strategy Execution’s Vice President of Product Management, Jonathan Gilbert and Ed Barrows, Managing Director at Duke Corporate Education, discuss the unique challenges project leaders are facing in the midst of today’s disruptive technologies, new forms of competition, and more intense globalization. This session also highlights the Adaptive Strategic Execution Program (ASEP), a curriculum designed to help leaders of project-based work master the three domains that influence and define how work gets done: strategy, work, and people.

Watch this webinar to learn about:

  • The changing nature and importance of project-based work
  • Specific challenges facing organizations and project leaders today
  • Two critical skills essential for success 
    • Aligning Work With Strategy
    • Influencing Without Authority 

 

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