Spring Into Action on the Duke University Campus

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ASEP On Campus April

In our complex business world, the pressure increases daily to get things done faster and better than the day before. To stay ahead, organizations need a new playbook: leaders who know how to respond to challenges and seize opportunities, faster and better.

Strategy Execution’s Adaptive Strategic Execution Program (ASEP), established in partnership with Duke Corporate Education, is our solution to the evolving challenges of getting work done. It focuses on developing leaders of project-based work as they navigate unanticipated market shifts and unpredictable industry disruptions.

To learn more about why adaptive leadership is essential and how the ASEP curriculum aligns with specific skills required of today’s project-based workers, view our On Campus SlideShare presentation.

This April, during our second #ASEPatDuke event, two courses will be offered on Duke’s campus in Durham, North Carolina, offering leaders a unique opportunity to retreat from their work routine and immerse themselves in engaging content taught by world-class instructors.

Making Sense of Complexity: April 16 – 18, 2018

Driving & Influencing Change: April 18 – 20, 2018

 

Click here for more information on the above ASEP courses that will be offered this spring.

 

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