Solving the Strategy Execution Problem

Strategy is one of the highest profile functions for organizations. It defines the direction of its employees. And yet, once the strategy and mission are outlined, execution throughout the organization frequently stumbles.

Join us as we unfold the common reasons for strategy execution failure and how you can change communication and engage your employees. You’ll hear from Executive Director, Thom Hadley, on how his institution is addressing strategy execution from a bottom-up engagement perspective.

Key takeaways in this webinar:

- Ways to effectively communicate your strategy

- Best practices for ensuring accountability

- How to engage employees in a bottom-up approach to execution

Join the conversation that’s viewing strategy and execution in a whole new light.

About the Speakers

Mike Psenka



Mike Psenka is the founder and CEO of Moovila, a mobile-first technology platform that connects people with actionable content to better manage their personal and professional lives.   Prior to Moovila, Psenka founded eThority, Inc., a business intelligence and analytics software company.  He served as the CEO and President until the successful acquisition by Equifax in 2011.  After the acquisition, Psenka ran the Workforce Analytics Group for Equifax building it into the fastest growing component of Equifax’s domestic portfolio of businesses.   Previously, Psenka worked with Price Waterhouse within their Open Systems Technology group implementing financial and manufacturing systems. He graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and holds multiple technology patents.  Mike believes in creating a culture of respect for all team members and the importance of a healthy dose of humor in almost every part of life.

Thom Hadley

Executive Director, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Colorado State University

Thom began his career at Colorado State University in 1989 at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital leading the development of a new medical record system. He spent six years leading the information technology services group within the college before assuming the business officer role in the dean’s office, overseeing the financial operation of the college. Over the next decade, he assumed a broader role as the Executive Director of Operations where he was responsible for the oversight of the college's administrative operations that serve over 1,800 employees and have an annual operating income of $125 million. He currently holds the title of Executive Director – College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. In this position, he serves the college by leading the strategic planning effort, overseeing all legal issues and directing the units of Communications and International Programs. Reporting to the Dean, he spearheads major facility initiatives such as the development of new buildings, providing leadership for new academic programs, and working closely with department heads, unit leaders and University administration to the betterment of the college.

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