Strategy Diamond – How Do Strategic Components Fit Together?
Mithun Sridharan, Social Media Lead (PMI) and Founder (Think Insights) will present a webinar on Strategy Diamond – How Do Strategic Components Fit Together?. The Strategy Diamond is a framework for analyzing and developing a strategic plan for an organization. The Strategy Diamond is important for project managers because it provides a comprehensive framework for developing and implementing a strategic plan. By considering all five dimensions of the Diamond, project managers can ensure that their projects are aligned with the larger strategic goals of the organization, and that they are contributing to the organization's success across all key dimensions. By using the Strategy Diamond framework, project managers can ensure that their projects are strategic, well-planned, and aligned with the larger goals of the organization, leading to more successful outcomes and greater value for the organization.
As a pre-read, please review the article on Strategy Diamond here.
Mithun Sridharan is a Social Media Lead at PMI Germany Chapter and the Founder of Think Insights, a popular website on Strategy, Management Consulting and Digital Transformation. He is a Global Industry Advisor at a leading cloud technology company, where he advises CxOs & Executives at global corporations on their Digital Transformation initiatives and directs strategic investments in joint ventures and corporate portfolios. Prior, he served on leadership roles at global Management Consulting & technology firms, such as KPMG, Sapient Consulting and Oracle. He holds an MBA from ESMT Berlin and a Masters from Christian Albrechts University of Kiel. He is a recognized speaker and Thought Leader on Strategy, Digital Transformation, Organization Design, Change Management and Data Literacy topics with several publications on high-impact journals, such as American Banker, Wired, etc. He is based in Heidelberg, Germany
Contact for inquiries: Mail to Mithun Sridharan
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