How to Adapt Strategic Plans in the 2020s
In the 2020s uncertainty and volatility reign supreme, jeopardizing our traditional ways of planning. It’s time to transform and adapt to change. This webinar shows how.
76% of the CXO are being forced to adjust their strategies. COVID-19 has amplified this need. But where do they begin?#
Traditional planning relies on a degree of certainty. A framework of repeatable, effective tools. But in the era of “no normal”, uncertainty and volatility reign.
In this on-demand webinar, we explore why the strategic planning process needs to change, how it can be adapted to meet the challenges of the 2020s & beyond, and the supporting role of technology.
Industries have taken twists and turns. Buyer behavior has changed so much so that we have to wonder if traditional purchasing habits will return. But delivering customer value is still paramount. Change is here to stay. And no doubt there is more to come.
And executing your strategic goals? Cost savings, transforming your supply chain, and accelerating beyond your current KPIs in a cost-effective and on-time manner…
The pace and quality of these initiative’s execution are what separates the pack.
Tried and test principles of planning are under scrutiny. In their place, flexibility and speed of decision-making are required to bring your strategy and execution into sync, adapting at pace to ever-changing conditions.
The good news is that the key to adapting to uncertainty is well within your reach.
Join i-nexus EVP of Product, James Davies, as he takes you on a journey through the development of strategic planning and how senior leaders can effectively prepare and transform the planning process ready for the decade of increasing certainty.
Register today to learn:
- Why adaptive strategy is needed to ensure your business can be responsive to the pace of change
- What we can learn from BCG’s Always-on Strategy, Agile, Gartner’s Adaptive Strategy and the Scaled Agile Framework
The role of strategic sprints, delivery cycles, planning cycles and planning horizons in addressing environmental volatility
- Core concepts including Minimum Viable Strategy, Continuous Strategic Review, Issue Management and Environment Scanning
- The role of automation in facilitating planning, performance reviews and focusing strategic management on delivery issues and risk
- An example of a hybrid adaptive strategy model, and
- How technology can support your adoption of Adaptive Strategy
Join us on the link below to learn how Lean and Agile working can be applied to your strategic planning processes to establish a new, flexible approach to bridging the strategy to execution to adaptation gap – all within 30 minutes:
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