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Session - James Stockmal
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James D. Stockmal – ASP PRESIDENT
This session will provide insights derived from research on several key demographic, economic, technological and social trends that are driving, and will continue to drive, organizations to think differently about their strategies to compete and operate in an ever increasingly disruptive world. In addition, this session will focus on the importance of innovation and will provide several innovative examples from Latin America, Europe, Middle East and North America of how public and private organizations are collaborating to solve problems, take advantage of some of these trends, and serve their customers and constituents.
   FRIDAY MAY 26 - 14:15 - 15:30

James Stockmal, President of the Association for Strategic Planning (ASP) has over 25 years of experience in helping organizations develop and execute strategy through the integration of people-focused, process-oriented, and technology-enabled initiatives. Mr. Stockmal has employed a variety of strategic tools and methods for public and private sector clients, including environmental scanning, balanced scorecard, competitive analysis, and blue ocean strategy. Strategy clients include the Royal Bank of Canada, Australian New Zealand Bank, the Bank of Montreal, CitiCorp, Aetna, Ford Motor Company, Estafada, and Exxon Mobil. His government clients include the US Air Force, the US Army, the Navy Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), the Millennium Challenge Corporation, NASA, the General Services Administration, NTSB and NOAA. His non-profit clients include San Miguel DC and DC Net Impact.

Mr. Stockmal writes monthly articles on strategy development, execution and transformation for The Strategic Edge, a publication of the Association for Strategic Planning (ASP).

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