Advancing Organisation’s Strategic Goals
Projects are the mechanism by which companies get work done. Whether projects exist to implement new services, develop and release new products, improve internal processes, upgrade systems, impact customer experience, or manage company growth and expansion; results matter. Project success (or failure) clearly impacts the overall achievement of corporate goals and influences the bottom line.
If projects are the lifeline of strategy, then adaptive leaders are the lifeline of projects. Leading project-based work today requires skills beyond managing tasks and timelines. Developing leaders’ skills is the best way for an organisation to ensure higher levels of engagement and project success.
Adaptive Strategic Execution
Business today demands a new approach to achieve strategic goals. Organisational leaders need to continuously align and adjust strategy and work, while ensuring their people have the right mindset and capabilities to meet the ever-changing demands of an increasingly uncertain environment.Learn More
Our in-depth curricula and relevant approach enables you to transform the way you think about and execute initiatives at your organisation.
Honing skills in these areas can mean the difference between surviving and thriving in today's complex business world:
- Adaptive Strategic Execution
- Project Management
- Programme Management
- Business Analysis
- Business Skills
At Strategy Execution, we understand that full-time working professionals are busy and that people learn in different ways and at varying speeds. By catering to specific training needs, you can learn using the method that works best for your schedule, budget, and learning preference.
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Duke Corporate Education
In partnership with Duke Corporate Education, we launched the Adaptive Strategic Execution Program (ASEP), which focuses on developing leaders of project-based work as they navigate unanticipated market shifts and volatile industry disruptions.Learn More
The George Washington University
Since 1984, we have partnered with The George Washington University (GW) to deliver professional courses that achieve the highest standard of academic excellence. As an elite educational provider and one of the most respected universities in the world, GW has prepared students for leadership for almost 190 years.Learn More
Navigating Ambiguity: A Guide
Discover how project leaders can empower themselves and their teams to take risks, try new approaches, and if required, rapidly change direction.Watch Webinar
Optimising Project Performance
Skills gaps are the biggest barriers to project management office (PMO) success. Too often, project managers (PMs) who are well-trained in their PMO’s processes, templates and tools still deliver under-performing projects, or demonstrate only minimal improvement project-over-project.Learn More
Adaptive Leaders Needed
Leading project-based work today requires skills beyond managing tasks and timelines. Developing leaders’ skills is the best way for an organisation to ensure higher levels of engagement and project success.Learn More