We’re excited to announce the release of our Top 10 Strategy Execution Trends for 2017. As organizations become leaner and flatter, the people leading projects have had to evolve the way they do work in order to keep pace. This concept of adaptive execution is permeating organizations across the globe and it’s rooted in a mindset that leverages processes to help and not hinder progress. This transformation is breaking barriers between disciplines at all levels and creating flatter organizations.
Whether by adopting methods from other practices or identifying and communicating value within the organization, the individuals leading projects are becoming more important implementers of company strategy and are being recognized as essential parts of every business.
Smart organizations in a wide-range of industries are acknowledging that their strategies are executed through a series of projects. Consequently, project-based work continues to flourish across workplaces everywhere. This change in the professional landscape has forced organizations to change the way they approach training, recruiting, and getting work done.
Among the industry developments that influenced the trends this year are the rise of digitalization and distributed workforces, change managers as innovators, and the growing relationship between business analysis and project management.
TwentyEighty Strategy Execution put together a panel of experts to identify the top 10 strategy execution trends for 2017, which further explore the transformation of traditional project management and highlight the emergence of the combined meta-practice of project management, business analysis, and strategy execution.
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