Webinar: Adaptive Project Leadership - Helping You and Your Teams Succeed in Disruptive Times

Complexity Is Here to Stay. How Should You Respond?

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Did you miss our #StratExLive webinar on Adaptive Project Leadership, or do you want to watch it again? Learn what it takes to successfully lead projects across the intersection of strategy, work, and people in today's complex world.

This webinar, presented by Tim Wasserman, Strategy Execution’s Chief Learning Officer, and moderated by Alaina Burden, Strategy Execution’s Director of Adaptive Execution for the EMEA region, will help you:

  • Identify the characteristics of today's complex business environment and the importance of understanding the context in which you are operating
  • Explore how an adaptive mindset can help you and your teams navigate and solve problems in disruptive and unpredictable times
  • Define a holistic set of adaptive leadership skills that will guide your approach to unprecedented business challenges

You'll hear about research and best practices for adaptive leadership based on content developed in partnership with Duke Corporate Education and the Fuqua School of Business at Duke, and gain an understanding of why what "has always worked" in the project management discipline is no longer enough. To stay ahead, organisations today need leaders with the right approach, methods, tools, and capability to drive project-based work forward in the midst of continual disruption. Do you have what it takes?

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