World Strategy Week 2016
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Week long on-line streaming event 


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May 16-20 2016


Mega forces are at work, shifting global and local economies. Innovation, sustainability, collaboration, sharing and data are among the biggest drivers of change.

World Strategy Week  with the theme "SHIFT: Strategy in a changing world," will offer global virtual events to explore:

  • How these mega forces are changing global and local economies?
  • What these economic drivers mean for the future of today's organizations?
  • How strategists and leaders should factor these forces into strategy formulation?



This is a time of high focus on the shift that innovation, sustainability, collaboration, sharing and data are producing. DON'T MISS OUT on learning how to better leverage new opportunities.


The ONLY week long online live streaming strategy event for professionals involved in strategy, strategic planning and change management.

Each day in the week there will be a 2-hour webinar with a panel of thought leaders of organizations on the results of their research and what they are doing for their organizations.






No need to take a week off to attend a conference and hear from major thought leaders

No need to take notes. All webinar events are recorded for you


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Monday May 16 

INNOVATION and strategy

The shift: Innovation is transforming our world through “innovative new business, economic and social models, coupled with access to rapidly advancing new technologies,” Faisal Hoque observes, “Positioning your company to succeed in this transformational environment is not an option; it is an imperative, essential for succession and survival.”

The question: How can leaders position organizations to capitalize on and succeed in the paradigm change that innovation is fueling?


The Moderator was Neelima Firth from Best Laid Plans


Here are the Moderator slides for you to download


Tuesday May 17 


The shift: Sustainability has moved from operational footprint to value chain, and now is permeating all decision making. Yvon Chouinard, Jib Ellison, and Rick Ridgeway write that the day is coming when “instead of asking either ‘how can we turn a profit?’ or ‘how can we minimize our impact?’ managers will see those as two sides of the same coin.”

The question: What does this holistic view of sustainability mean for strategists in both traditional and new organizations?

The Moderator was Gil Friend from the City of Palo Alto.


Wednesday May 18 

COLLABORATION and strategy

The shift: In the Collaboration Economy, organizations leverage employees, customers, suppliers and partners to innovate and increase capacity, loyalty and results. Yet, Gary P. Pisano and Roberto Verganti conclude, “There is no best approach to leveraging the power of outsiders. Different modes of collaboration involve different strategic trade-offs. Companies that choose the wrong mode risk falling behind in the relentless race to develop new technologies, designs, products, and services.”

The question: How should collaboration figure into strategy formulation and execution: How and with whom should organizations collaborate for greater success?


The Moderator was Jim Stockmal



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Thursday May 19 

PEOPLE and strategy

The shift: In the new economy, the organization that will thrive will be those who know who to best build and tap into the insights and passions of their people

The question: How can leaders best engage and tap into the passions of their people as they develop and implement new strategies?


The Moderator was Denise McNerney from iBossWell


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Friday May 20

DATA and strategy

The shift: Big Data offers great potential for both short- and long-term competitive advantage. A.T. Kearney suggests thinking of data as an asset: “the foundation upon which to build propositions and business models.”

The question: What is Big Data’s potential and how can strategies harness this potential to transform the organization?

The Moderator was Alan Leeds from YChange

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You will hear real life experiences on what has worked or experiments that have not worked. We have 24 panelists over the 5 days.









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