AGENDA

SCALING UP: MASTERING THE NEW ROCKEFELLER HABITS 2.0



TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2015

CEO-ONLY EVENT

Please join your other workshop attendees for a fun evening – a chance for CEOs to connect separately from their teams.

Drinks at 7 PM | Dinner at 7:30 PM

Location to be provided when you register.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2015

DAY ONE concentrates on people and strategy, organized around the highly regarded One-Page Strategic Plan document. Topics covered  include:

  • Cash Model – how to double your operating cash flow in twelve  months
  • Market Intelligence – how leading firms “learn faster” to remain ahead of their competitors and to drive priority-setting
  • People – how to select and hire A players and then avoid demotivating  them
  • Core Ideology – bringing your core values and core purpose alive, energize your employees and simplify your human resource  systems
  • BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal) – aligning it with your business fundamentals
  • Brand Promise – the key strategic decision that differentiates you from competitors, i.e., “if you can’t state your strategy in one sentence, you don’t get   it!”
  • X Factor – the 10-30 times advantage over competitors that helps you dominate your industry and block competitive response
  • Annual and Quarterly Focus – the most critical short term decisions an executive team can make to drive alignment and  performance

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2015

DAY TWO centers on execution, organized around the highly regarded one-page Rockefeller Habits checklist. Topics covered  include:

  • Rockefeller Habits Checklist – ten essential habits that reduce the executive time needed to manage the business from 50 hours/week to less than 15   hours
  • Meeting Rhythm – the daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual meeting rhythm and the specific agendas that make them effective and  practical
  • Metrics – the three types of metrics that drive the business on a daily and weekly basis
  • Priorities – using daily, weekly, and quarterly themes to drive alignment and focus
  • Organizational Structure – the three types of organizational charts and how to apply them to keep everyone accountable
  • Themes – how to use them to make your priorities memorable and add energy to your organization

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2015

DAY THREE centers on you:

  • Working on missing pieces of the One-Page Strategic Plan and 7 Strata of Strategy Framework
  • Choosing the company’s Critical Numbers for  2016
  • Designing the next quarterly or annual  theme

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