Improving alignment between your organization and team can impact results beyond the project level and deliver highly valued performance.
This strategy course teaches you a framework for strategic execution that incorporates a full range of proven approaches and emerging concepts to align project initiatives with strategic objectives.
Learn How To
Identify and reduce organizational barriers to strategic execution
Assess your own organization’s strategic execution capability, identify opportunities, and determine key areas for improvement.
Recognize, communicate and influence project, program and portfolio decisions
Compare traditional project management methodologies with popular agile approaches and explore the strengths and weaknesses of these and other approaches to identify which is most applicable to a project.
Use formulated approaches to improve your team's culture, structure and metrics
Explore your organization’s culture and determine next steps for aligning that culture to the organization’s strategy and structure.
Professional Development Units (PDUs)
The curriculum in this course is mapped to the PMI® Talent Triangle. Participation earns you PDUs to maintain Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification.
Strategic and Business Management
Technical Project Management
PMP is a registered mark of of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
Raymond Levitt, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Director of the Global Projects Center, Stanford University
Mark Morgan, CEO, StratEx Advisors, Inc.
Gideon Kunda, Professor, Tel Aviv University
John Warren, Founder, Leading Great Work; Former Vice President of Client Services, IPS Learning