The time has come for the work of executives to enter the world of process. Decision-making, strategy formulation, business planning, risk management, program and portfolio management, and many other challenges: companies are learning that these areas also demand the power and discipline of the process approach.
By defining management work in terms of end-to-end governing processes, executives can reap enormous rewards for both their organizations and themselves: bridging the strategy-execution gap, increasing enterprise agility, making better decisions and better use of management time, and improving organizational clarity and alignment.
These workshops build on recent research conducted through Hammer and Company’s Phoenix Research Consortium.
The executive workshops are geared for senior executives looking to foster process improvement.
They will present a new model of governing processes, with examples of their applications, and demonstrate the benefits that organizations can reap by taking a process-based approach to management. It will also clarify the role that executive leaders must personally play to ensure their organization’s success with processes.
The format is highly interactive. Participants will be polled regarding their concerns and questions before the event, and the agenda will be built around their responses.
- Participation limited to senior executives
- Case studies, guest speakers, and workshops
- Focus on attendees’ concerns