How To Identify And Measure Your Strategy Execution Risk
About this talk
What sank the Titanic and is sinking some of our great companies? What will separate future winners from losers?
50% of the Fortune 500 companies in the year 2000 do not longer exist because they were not able to measure and predict their strategy execution risk and link their decisions to the results of their decisions.
By the end of the webinar you will be in a better position to identify the risk to your strategy execution and understand why identifying and measuring your strategy execution risk must be an important component of your operational risk.
The webinar is based on the SIMMETHOD risk and performance methodology and C-suite risk alerts, a top 10 innovation product from the Department of Trade in NSW Australia with top 1% views in LinkedIn’s Slideshare and frequently consulted by over 300 global Universities.
In spite of Billions of dollars spent on Enterprise Risk Management and analytics, why do companies continue to fail or miss their targets? Can industrial era metrics mislead you into the incorrect decisions?
According to IBM’s CFO Insights, 53% of CFOs think that they are not effective at measuring and managing performance and according to Deloitte, one of the top CFO concerns is predicting execution missteps.
According to John Chambers, Cisco’s Chairman, 70% of the S&P 500 will attempt digital transformations during the next years but only 30% will succeed? Why?
The missing ingredient
Although the C-suite is aware that digital transformations entail new processes, management procedures, information systems and customer relationships, we continue to use industrial era metrics that were designed for a business environment that does not longer exist. And… in digital transformations, the way you measure will determine your results.
Additionally, the webinar will assist you to identify C-level metrics linked to the Best In Class and develop a bridge between you and your C-suite via holistic and industry agnostic actionable indicators.