205 Bust Out of Operational Debt with the 7P Framework!
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Tuesday, March 26
As teams compete for scarce resources, investing your current resources in activities that have a high rate of return is critical to not only surviving but using learning to solve your business’s biggest, baddest problems.
In this session you will learn how to get out of operational debt using the 7P Framework to improve your team’s impact with the same or fewer resources. Position your learning organization to thrive; taking a lead seat at the table with your stakeholders in moving the business forward.
In this session, you will learn:
- The 7Ps of the 7P Framework
- The benefits to your learning organization and business of getting or staying out of operational debt
- How to use the 7P Framework to drive operational efficiencies so that you can reinvest your people resources to improve your learning organization’s impact to the business
- How to apply the 7P Framework to improving the operational efficiencies of your learning organization through an interactive activity
Project managers, managers, senior leaders, directors, VP, CLO, executives
Fortune 10 Retailer
Natalie is a leader and speaker with international experience at a Fortune 10 retail company. She has mastered the craft of aligning learning strategy to business strategy by combining her degree in finance, her experience in operations management, and her passion for learning and development. She provides customers with innovative solutions to their most pressing needs, and builds strong teams that support these customers. She has a track record of success using her 7P Framework, which she has refined over 10 years to drive breakthrough results for her customers in fast- paced, high-growth environments. Using her 7P Framework, she simultaneously catapults the teams and individuals who serve these customers to top performance levels using a data-driven and a collaborative process with stakeholders. She has effectively applied her 7P Framework to newly established departments and teams, those sustaining growth, and in turnaround settings.