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Corporate Training: 5 Types Your Organization Needs

[fa icon="calendar'] June 19 / by Jason Heckl posted in Strategic planning, communication, Corporate Training

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As the business world continues to change with relentless consistency thanks to new technology, economic conditions and political forces, many people and organizations are at risk of being left behind. As progress pushes us forward, it brings disruption and change along with it. In this modern workplace that is ever-changing, no one knows it all and everyone can benefit from learning.

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The ASP Virtual Conference Series 2020

[fa icon="calendar'] May 28 / by Jason Heckl posted in Strategic planning, Association for Strategic Planning, conference

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ASP(1)Over the course of the next four months, the Association for Strategic Planning (ASP) will be hosting its annual Conference Series - virtually. Originally planned as an in-person conference in Whistler, British Columbia, ASP has chosen to move online in light of COVID-19. Despite the virus, a tremendous amount of value is being made available from June through September, including a combination of keynotes, masterclasses and virtual exhibitor halls.

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Use this Strategy Software to Track Your Strategic Plan

[fa icon="calendar'] May 27 / by Jason Heckl posted in Strategic planning, Project managment, monitoring & tracking

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The Problem

Many organizations have worked hard to develop their strategic plan, and yet a year or two down the line, they notice that they've not made enough progress towards their goals, or that their teams and departments have diverged down different paths, on projects or activities that don't align with their strategic objectives. 

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How to Use the 6 Thinking Hats When Riding the Strategic Planning Rollercoaster

[fa icon="calendar'] May 14 / by Erin Merrill posted in Strategic planning, Leadership, critical thinking

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The 6

“The biggest enemy of thinking is complexity” - Edward de Bono.

Perhaps nothing else sets the human race apart from other species and primates like our natural ability to think. Considering different abilities such as locomotion, the homo sapien isn’t the most efficient.

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Remote Working, Crisis Management & Business Continuity During COVID-19

[fa icon="calendar'] March 19 / by Jenna Sedmak posted in Strategic planning, remote work, crisis management

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Although some professionals, like Bill Gates, have stated that we need to be prepared for the next global pandemic,  the swift spread of COVID-19 and cascading global impacts were unexpected. After an abundance of COVID-19 related deaths in China, medical systems collapsing in Italy, and expert recommendations to flatten the curve, many businesses have shifted to remote work, are operating in a limited capacity, or have had to close their doors. 

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An Introduction to the Complete Strategic Planning Process (Step-by-Step Guide)

[fa icon="calendar'] January 17 / by Jason Heckl posted in Strategic planning, goals

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The strategic planning process contains various steps, exercises and opportunities to develop a culture of alignment and follow-through within your organization. This resource will serve as a step-by-step overview for the strategic planning process. Whether you're gearing up to lead your own strategy session, or plan on attending and participating in one, this guide will help you through each stage of the planning process. 

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The Difference Between Program Management & Project Management - How to Use Strategy to Align Them

[fa icon="calendar'] January 13 / by Jenna Sedmak posted in Strategic planning, Project managment, Program management

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While program management and project management are often related, there are key differences that set them apart. For organizations that run programs, it’s important to understand these differences so that their program leaders and project managers are working towards the same organizational goals, and are aligned on projects that support program initiatives and organizational strategic priorities. 

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