The End of Strategy: A Tragedy in Three Acts

19 Dec 2019
Change Management, Digital Transformation, Advanced Leadership, Agile and Beyond
Creative Insight

About this Session

An excellent transformation strategy can fail because of the complexity of the environment, the organizational culture and, especially, the indicators established to evaluate people’s performance, after all, they are still largely responsible for executing the strategy.

As the brilliant Israeli physicist and constructor of the theory of constraints Eliyahu M. Goldratt was saying, “Tell me how you measure me and I will tell you how I will behave.”

While the causal effect between human behavior and strategy achievement is “obvious,” for some reason companies spend most of their time planning actions as if they could “guess” the real intent of employees at the time of execution.

Are the strategic objectives of your organization aligned with the individual goals of employees?

The lecture: “The End of Strategy: A Tragedy Challenges in Three Acts” will bring this discussion to light, presenting reflections and examples of the challenges that lie beyond strategic planning.