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Vision to Execution: Implementing your Strategic Plan

Friday, February 16, 2018 - 8:30am to 12:30pm
Contact Name: 
CTAS TRAINING DEPARTMENT
Contact Phone Number: 
615-532-3555

Vision to Execution: Implementing your Strategic Plan

 

Instructor: Dr. Rubin Cockrell

Every year, millions of employees or entrepreneurs come up with great ideas. And every year, they spend countless hours creating and re-creating detailed business and strategic plans, but too often, most of this effort goes to waste as entrepreneurs fail to follow through on their own well thought-out plans.

A lot of organizations put great strategies together but they don’t follow through. Proper execution lies in three core areas: people, strategy and operations. The people process is more important than either the strategy or operations processes.  After all, it’s the people of an organization who make judgments about how markets are changing, create strategies based on those judgments, and translate the strategies into operational realities.

 

In this course participants will focus on the following core areas:

1) Understand how to develop a vision

2) Discover and focus on what is important

3) Act on the facts

4) Education without application is useless

5) Culture of transparency & accountability

City: 
Knoxville
Location/Site: 
Vision to Execution: Implementing your Strategic Plan

Vision to Execution: Implementing your Strategic Plan

Friday, February 16, 2018 - 8:30am to 12:30pm
Contact Name: 
CTAS TRAINING DEPARTMENT
Contact Phone Number: 
615-532-3555

Vision to Execution: Implementing your Strategic Plan

 

Instructor: Dr. Rubin Cockrell

Every year, millions of employees or entrepreneurs come up with great ideas. And every year, they spend countless hours creating and re-creating detailed business and strategic plans, but too often, most of this effort goes to waste as entrepreneurs fail to follow through on their own well thought-out plans.

A lot of organizations put great strategies together but they don’t follow through. Proper execution lies in three core areas: people, strategy and operations. The people process is more important than either the strategy or operations processes.  After all, it’s the people of an organization who make judgments about how markets are changing, create strategies based on those judgments, and translate the strategies into operational realities.

 

In this course participants will focus on the following core areas:

1) Understand how to develop a vision

2) Discover and focus on what is important

3) Act on the facts

4) Education without application is useless

5) Culture of transparency & accountability

City: 
Knoxville
Location/Site: 
8:30 to 12:30
Knoxville
 
 
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Vision to Execution: Implementing your Strategic Plan

Tuesday, February 27, 2018 - 8:30am to 12:30pm
Add to Calendar
Contact Name: 
CTAS TRAINING DEPARTMENT
Contact Phone Number: 
615-532-3555

Vision to Execution: Implementing your Strategic Plan

 

Instructor: Dr. Rubin Cockrell

Every year, millions of employees or entrepreneurs come up with great ideas. And every year, they spend countless hours creating and re-creating detailed business and strategic plans, but too often, most of this effort goes to waste as entrepreneurs fail to follow through on their own well thought-out plans.

A lot of organizations put great strategies together but they don’t follow through. Proper execution lies in three core areas: people, strategy and operations. The people process is more important than either the strategy or operations processes.  After all, it’s the people of an organization who make judgments about how markets are changing, create strategies based on those judgments, and translate the strategies into operational realities.

 

In this course participants will focus on the following core areas:

1) Understand how to develop a vision

2) Discover and focus on what is important

3) Act on the facts

4) Education without application is useless

5) Culture of transparency & accountability

City: 
Jackson
Location/Site: 
Vision to Execution: Implementing your Strategic Plan

Vision to Execution: Implementing your Strategic Plan

Tuesday, February 27, 2018 - 8:30am to 12:30pm
Add to Calendar
Contact Name: 
CTAS TRAINING DEPARTMENT
Contact Phone Number: 
615-532-3555

Vision to Execution: Implementing your Strategic Plan

 

Instructor: Dr. Rubin Cockrell

Every year, millions of employees or entrepreneurs come up with great ideas. And every year, they spend countless hours creating and re-creating detailed business and strategic plans, but too often, most of this effort goes to waste as entrepreneurs fail to follow through on their own well thought-out plans.

A lot of organizations put great strategies together but they don’t follow through. Proper execution lies in three core areas: people, strategy and operations. The people process is more important than either the strategy or operations processes.  After all, it’s the people of an organization who make judgments about how markets are changing, create strategies based on those judgments, and translate the strategies into operational realities.

 

In this course participants will focus on the following core areas:

1) Understand how to develop a vision

2) Discover and focus on what is important

3) Act on the facts

4) Education without application is useless

5) Culture of transparency & accountability

City: 
Jackson
Location/Site: 
8:30 to 12:30
Jackson
 
 

Vision to Execution: Implementing your Strategic Plan

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 - 8:30am to 12:30pm
Add to Calendar
Contact Name: 
CTAS TRAINING DEPARTMENT
Contact Phone Number: 
615-532-3555

 

Vision to Execution: Implementing your Strategic Plan

 

Instructor: Dr. Rubin Cockrell

Every year, millions of employees or entrepreneurs come up with great ideas. And every year, they spend countless hours creating and re-creating detailed business and strategic plans, but too often, most of this effort goes to waste as entrepreneurs fail to follow through on their own well thought-out plans.

A lot of organizations put great strategies together but they don’t follow through. Proper execution lies in three core areas: people, strategy and operations. The people process is more important than either the strategy or operations processes.  After all, it’s the people of an organization who make judgments about how markets are changing, create strategies based on those judgments, and translate the strategies into operational realities.

 

In this course participants will focus on the following core areas:

1) Understand how to develop a vision

2) Discover and focus on what is important

3) Act on the facts

4) Education without application is useless

5) Culture of transparency & accountability

City: 
Murfreesboro
Location/Site: 
Vision to Execution: Implementing your Strategic Plan

Vision to Execution: Implementing your Strategic Plan

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 - 8:30am to 12:30pm
Add to Calendar
Contact Name: 
CTAS TRAINING DEPARTMENT
Contact Phone Number: 
615-532-3555

 

Vision to Execution: Implementing your Strategic Plan

 

Instructor: Dr. Rubin Cockrell

Every year, millions of employees or entrepreneurs come up with great ideas. And every year, they spend countless hours creating and re-creating detailed business and strategic plans, but too often, most of this effort goes to waste as entrepreneurs fail to follow through on their own well thought-out plans.

A lot of organizations put great strategies together but they don’t follow through. Proper execution lies in three core areas: people, strategy and operations. The people process is more important than either the strategy or operations processes.  After all, it’s the people of an organization who make judgments about how markets are changing, create strategies based on those judgments, and translate the strategies into operational realities.

 

In this course participants will focus on the following core areas:

1) Understand how to develop a vision

2) Discover and focus on what is important

3) Act on the facts

4) Education without application is useless

5) Culture of transparency & accountability

City: 
Murfreesboro
Location/Site: 
8:30 to 12:30
Murfreesboro