A New Leadership Mindset for Orchestrating Transformational Strategy and Culture Change
In our current disruptive environment, traditional strategic planning and change management approaches are fast becoming obsolete. Instead, new agile and adaptive leadership styles and use of technology-enabled intelligence systems are critical for sensing and managing the way forward.
This discussion will center on using successes and failures with driving transformational strategy change at a large global networking company, pharmaceutical company and several technology startups including:
- Five key symphonies for orchestrating sticky and sustainable transformational strategy change highlighting organizational culture change as a primary variable.
- Introducing a new dynamic leadership mindset combined with a real-time agile orchestration process to manage the performance of desired change strategy(s) driven through the predictive power of business and behavioral ‘sensing actionable intelligence’ and real time organizational learning.’
- When, where and how technology-enabled collective intelligence systems can be best used to strengthen and/or create a truly agile and adaptive organization.
Wednesday 13th May 2020
9.30am - 12.30pm
A seasoned cross-functional leader and trusted collaborator, with 20+ years consulting and client side experience with a passion for strategic planning, critical thinking and analytical insights-based decision-making.
Gaye’s industry experience includes high tech in the services, sales, marketing and customer success functions including global enterprise, and start-up environments. Her focus is on orchestrating culture, governance and organizational transformational change to help companies create new agile and adaptable business and operating models.
She speaks frequently at industry conferences and is a published author of oral history and business narratives. Her most recent ‘Agile Strategy Execution – Revolutionizing the How!’ integrates the strengths of the Agile Manifesto with strategy execution Best Practices, resulting in an easy to use set of principles and techniques that are organized in a meaningful, practical and quickly deployable way.
She holds an Honours BCom from Queen’s University at Kingston, Ontario, Canada and is a Stanford Certified Advanced Program Manager. She currently works as change transformation strategy consultant and agile organization governance coach and is currently on assignment at Cisco Systems.
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Dana De Nault Psy. D is an organizational and leadership psychologist with a multicultural orientation. His international work experience includes 25 years of documented results running professional service teams, conducting strategic marketing, and facilitating transformational change serving technology startups and Multinationals including Oracle, Siemens AG & Cisco. His current coaching practice is characterized as adaptive and particularly well suited for supporting leaders responsible for organizational transformations.
He incorporates a powerful social need theory supported by recent neuroleadership findings. Used in conjunction with a client’s unique goals, this methodology offers a practical way to understand one’s own motivations and that of others by offering a whole system perspective.
Dana is a graduate of Bates College and Stanford University’s certificate program for Advanced Project Management (SCPM). He holds a Doctor of Psychology with focus on Leadership and a Master’s degree in Organizational Psychology from William James College.
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