Managing Performance

Strategy Topic: Execution, Execution, and Execution (59 mins)video

So you have a plan. Now what? Effective execution is the name of the game. With most organization needing to drive results with less resources, successfully executing your strategy becomes critical to any organization’s growth and sustainability. In this recorded webinar, you will learn how to move from having a “life-less” strategic plan to one that is truly living and breathing.
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  1. Tommycymy
    Sep 29, 2012 @ 01:45:57

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