Join The Discussion

Differentiating Strategies, LLC., in partnership with the Business and Industry Services division of Fox Valley Technical College, hosts a series of executive briefings. These briefings benefit executive level leaders of organizations seeking to align their human capital around shared organizational goals. The last opportunity to attend a briefing in 2015 is November 11th at the D.J. Bordini Center on the college’s Appleton Campus. Networking and registration will open at 7:30am with the briefing starting at 7:45am. 

I would like to invite you to attend if you want to discuss topics covered in this blog as well as make suggestions for calendar year 2016 briefing topics. Previous participants of these briefings found value in not only the presentation, but also the networking and Q&A discussion.

The Changing What Works November briefing includes some time for networking, the formal briefing and the Q&A. We will ponder questions such as:

  •   How do executives rally an organization to change when times are good?
  •      How is complacency avoided when targets are being met and rewards distributed?
  •  What risk is acceptable when playing it safe is paying off?

Many executives believe that there is more their organizations could be accomplishing. They see a history of success as a prelude to greater success. Success can be a platform for further change or it can slow change down as leaders swing from seizing opportunities to protecting gains. Other leaders who see their role as protecting the current success can dampen even a call for change.

Changing What Works will provide leaders with insight into how they can lead change. In this briefing we will use the issues raised by participants to provide a framework for managing change and transition the organization into the post-change operation.

Come join the discussion!  To register for the November 11 briefing please contact Business and Industry Services at Fox Valley Technical College at bi.services@fvtc.edu or 920.996.2949.

Joe Thompson

© 2016 Differentiating Strategies, LLC