Register Now for Complimentary Webinar: Negotiating the Complexity Chasm

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Most project-based workers can agree that their businesses are more complex than they have ever been before, yet only a fraction of them feel prepared to handle this complexity. Another challenge is that the complexity they face stems from their environments more so than their projects.

Today’s leaders need to know how to recognize, diagnose, and adapt to these environmental shifts. Traditional tools that used to deliver projects on time, on scope, and on budget are no longer enough. To be successful, leaders must shift their mindset and apply new methods in order to optimize their response. By learning how to negotiate the chasms caused by changing environments, adaptive project leaders can execute their organization’s strategies more effectively to drive real business results.

Join Duke Corporate Education’s Global Head of Duke CE Labs, Tony O’Driscoll, and Strategy Execution’s Vice President of Product Management, Jonathan Gilbert, as they explain the different contexts in which you’re operating, why it matters, and practical models and tools to navigate and manage your environment.

During the live presentation, follow along and contribute to the conversation using #StratExLive on Twitter.

Negotiating the Complexity Chasm
Date: Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. ET | 9:00 – 10:00 a.m. PT

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Twenty Eighty Strategy Execution is a global leader in organizational training addressing the inherently volatile and complex business environment that now requires a more holistic and adaptive approach to managing projects.  We enable people to close the strategy execution gap and drive higher organizational performance by strengthening project leadership skills. By combining the best of cutting-edge university research and proven business techniques, we deliver training designed to increase alignment and engagement across teams, business units, or the entire enterprise. Learn more today at strategyex.com. Join the conversation on LinkedInTwitter, and Facebook.

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