Aligning Strategy & Operational Direction

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Michael Wood walks you through turning strategic objectives into operational realities. This in-depth video covers topics such as conditioning your organization for change, discovering enterprise requirements, developing actionable objectives, and driving enterprise-wide alignment, and ends with a few models and techniques that drive the process.

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Just viewed this for the third time since its original airing. It seems with each viewing I pick up a something new. Great job Mr. Wood..!

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This was very valuable presentation. It will certainly be helpful for every project and program manager to understand the linkage between strategy and operational realities.

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Very impressive and interesting presentation in a very simple to understand format.

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Good presenter. Key take aways and in an easy to understand format.

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