Harvard Business Review states “70% of all corporate initiatives fail”. Gaining alignment on the key factors which contribute to organizational initiatives can greatly reduce risk of failure. More importantly, alignment on key business initiatives can allow you to drive performance which is focused on key critical business. When we as trainers learn to “operationalize” corporate strategy we not only become a key contributor to business results, but we also can gain or maintain our seat at the C and VP level tables as a valuable part of business success.
Learn how to create a framework for learning to insure every contributor is ready to perform to the expected level and put learning interventions in place to sustain that level of performance. This framework will look at how people, processes and organizations can be transformed and prepared to meet commitments made to business leaders.
Additionally, the framework brings clarity to the work to be performed in order to meet these commitments, specific actions required of each contributor, the environments in which initiatives are set to succeed, and leadership’s commitment to those initiatives. It addresses 3 fundamental questions – 1. Where do we start?; 2. What do we emphasize?; 3. What are the indicators we are on the right track?
Ultimately, how do we maximize sustained performance in the “day in the life” of each contributor?
Ron Sklamm, Sales Director, RWD Technologies
15 years ago Ron started his career with an SAP Education partner which consulted on executive education, change management, and end user training for ERP. He moved to Atlanta in 2000 to work with IBM Learning Services and such clients as The Home Depot, BellSouth, UPS, Bank of America and Florida Power and Light. From 2004-2008 Ron focused on the local Atlanta technology market with an emphasis on staffing instructional designers and other IT professionals. He joined RWD Technologies in Fall 2008 where he consults with clients on achieving the best sustainable performance from each contributor.
Ron is an Ambassador for High Tech Ministries and a recreational triathlete. He and his wife Kelly live in Atlanta with their son and dog, and are expecting the next addition to the family this August.