Strategy within Uncertainty…Join me at the Global Performance Management Forum
Wikipedia offers a definition of “uncertainty” as “a
state of having limited knowledge where it is impossible to exactly describe existing state or future outcome, more than one possible outcome.” There are very few, if any, business entities today who have certainty. When risk is great, and a clear, well defined vision of the future is not able to be assembled for whatever reason, how do you react? Consider these questions:
- Is your company/client undergoing a transformation of its business model?
- Are your employees forced to transitioning from an “industrial” focus to a “knowledge worker” focus?
- Are the success models of the past losing their luster in the face of our current technology and/or economic conditions?
- How do you deal with chaos in your business?
Join me and other leaders in the discussions at the Global Performance Management Forum IV in Boston, Massachusetts from October 5th-7th, 2010.
At this conference, I will share lessons learned and successful experiences regarding the creation of strategy within uncertain conditions, specifically, you will learn how to bring speed to your transformation through imitation and experimentation. I hope to see you there!
In the meantime, feel free to post a comment with a question or dialog that we may discuss over the course of the next 2 months leading up to the conference.