Without filling these execution gaps, projects struggle and fail to deliver value to their end users, operations prioritizes the wrong work, goals are missed, and businesses fail to succeed. Everyone in the organization has to be aware of these gaps and how to fill them. For executives, this means doing the work of filling the gaps, for lower-level managers and individual contributors, this requires alerting executives that the gaps exist and steering clear of the gaps through mitigative actions. The result is a value-driven organization that is seasoned yet adaptive, structured yet agile, pragmatic yet innovative.
This keynote gives attendees the understanding of the core issues causing these gaps and how they are filled at other companies—giving them the tools for success.
As this presentation can be targetted to different audiences so the attendees learn many roll-appropriate lessons:
- The need for leadership throughout the organization—from the CEO to the individual contributor
- Approaches to addressing change management
- How to improve the engagement of executive sponsors.
- Methods to thwart bureaucratic governance structures.
- How to right-size governance
- Tools to communicate and measure alignment to corporate goals.
Customize to your theme
This presentation can be given as a keynote or a track session in a 60- or 90-minute format.
It can be customized to the audience to ensure the best impact. Executives are given direction on how to set up an initiative ready organization while project managers are advised on how to set up their projects to minimize the impact of these gaps and influence their leaders to fill them.
As an opening or closing keynote, at, say an auditing conference, each attendee can be provided a copy of Mr. Williams' book, Filling Execution Gaps, at an aggressively discounted rate. This brings more value to your attendees, increases attendance at your event, and creates more revenue for you.
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