Strategic Planning Webinar - North America (PST)

  • RESULTS.com San Francisco United States

Join Expert Business Consultant and Author Stephen Lynch for his Strategic Planning Webinar. 

Strategy in the Digital Age - 45 mins

Society and technology is evolving faster than many companies can adapt. Research from the Harvard business school shows that (up to) 90% of strategies fail due to poor execution. This assumes your company even has a "real" strategy to begin with. Learn the fundamentals of how to choose a winning long-term strategy for your business.

 

About Stephen: 

Stephen Lynch is the Head of Strategy and Consulting at RESULTS.com. Stephen is a Kiwi who based in the RESULTS.com San Francisco office.

RESULTS.com’s software gives them unique and privileged insights into the day to day operations of thousands of small-medium sized growth firms around the world. Stephen gets to see what really works and what doesn’t in terms of strategic planning and business execution, goal setting, tracking performance, running effective meetings, engaging employees and holding them accountable.

To save you from spending several lifetimes trying to figure it all out for yourself, you can access powerful (and often counter intuitive) insights in this presentation.

Having spent 10 years as part of the executive team at RESULTS.com, Stephen knows what it’s like to run and grow a global business. He has also personally consulted with many hundreds of firms over the years, assisting them with strategic planning, business execution, and accountability.

Stephen has had articles published in The Economist, and writes a weekly email newsletter that has over 40,000 business leader subscribers around the globe. He is the author of the award-winning book: Business Execution for RESULTS - a practical guide for leaders of small to mid sized firms. His book was judged best management book in the USA’s 2014 Small Business Book Awards.

 

Stephen’s book: 

Business Execution for RESULTS - A practical guide for leaders of small to mid-sized firms 
The book was named Judges' Choice Winner in the Management category of the 2014 Small Business Book Awards.