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James M. Kerr is a management consultant and organizational behaviorist. He specializes in strategic planning, corporate transformation and project & program development. For more than 20 years, Jim has forged a different type of consulting practice – one that does its engagements “with” its clients, instead of “to” them.

Whether helping larger organizations, like The Home Depot re-imagine its store operations, or advising smaller firms, like specialty insurer Jewelers Mutual open up new markets, Jim has a reputation of making a difference.

A recognized thought leader, Jim continues to provide cutting edge solutions to his clients through a strong dedication to research and study. The Executive Checklist (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014) is Jim’s fourth business strategy book and is available in stores, now. It is a testament to his commitment to helping leaders improve the ways in which they guide and shape their organizations..

A graduate of Bentley University located in Waltham, Massachusetts, Jim earned an M.S. degree in Management Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute -- where he continues to teach graduate-level Strategic Planning courses in its Lally School of Management.

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    10 Insights for Designing an Executive Checklist | James M. Kerr 10 Insights for Designing an Executive Checklist | James M. Kerr Presentation Transcript

    • Powered by insights from James M. Kerr
    • This presentation consists of highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
    • James M. Kerr James M. Kerr is a management consultant and organizational behaviorist. He specializes in strategic planning, corporate transforma- tion and project & program development. For more than 20 years, Jim has forged a dif- ferent type of consulting practice – one that does its engagements “with” its clients, in- stead of “to” them. Whether helping larger organizations, like The Home Depot re-imagine its store operations, or advising smaller firms, like specialty insurer Jewelers Mutual open up new markets, Jim has a reputation of making a difference. @James_M_Kerr
    • 1 An executive checklist not only aligns an executive team - it serves to minimize otherwise avoidable mistakes and failures.
    • 2 Leaders who are builders start with a dream, and then articulate it through a vision story that galvanizes action and engagement.
    • 3 Leaders who make inclusiveness a strategic priority:
    • 3 Leaders who make inclusiveness a strategic priority: Attract and retain top tier talent
    • 3 Leaders who make inclusiveness a strategic priority: Understand that diversity is a key driver to innovation
    • 3 Leaders who make inclusiveness a strategic priority: and Invite ideas from everyone in the organization
    • 4 Trust issues are likely to emerge when the people in your organization lose their external focus. the competition is always on outside, never inside.
    • 5 Creating a strategic planning process involves:
    • 5 Creating a strategic planning process involves: Establishing a baseline
    • 5 Creating a strategic planning process involves: Comparing the baseline to your desired vision
    • 5 Creating a strategic planning process involves: Creating a strategic plan that bridges potential gaps
    • 5 Creating a strategic planning process involves: Instituting an administration process plan
    • 5 Creating a strategic planning process involves: Instituting an administration process plan
    • 6 When you learn to manage work through projects, execution becomes achievable. Follow the 10 commandments:
    • 6 When you learn to manage work through projects, execution becomes achievable. Follow the 10 commandments: Thou shalt narrow project scope
    • 6 When you learn to manage work through projects, execution becomes achievable. Follow the 10 commandments: Thou shalt not suffer a fat team
    • 6 When you learn to manage work through projects, execution becomes achievable. Follow the 10 commandments: Thou shalt require full-time business participation
    • 6 When you learn to manage work through projects, execution becomes achievable. Follow the 10 commandments: Thou shalt establish project review panels
    • 6 When you learn to manage work through projects, execution becomes achievable. Follow the 10 commandments: Thou shalt not provoke burnout
    • 6 When you learn to manage work through projects, execution becomes achievable. Follow the 10 commandments: Thou shalt seek outside assistance as needed
    • 6 When you learn to manage work through projects, execution becomes achievable. Follow the 10 commandments: Thou shalt empower project teams
    • 6 When you learn to manage work through projects, execution becomes achievable. Follow the 10 commandments: Thou shalt use project management tools
    • 6 When you learn to manage work through projects, execution becomes achievable. Follow the 10 commandments: Thou shalt recognize and reward success
    • 6 When you learn to manage work through projects, execution becomes achievable. Follow the 10 commandments: Thou shalt not tolerate quick and dirty work efforts
    • 7 When you think of renovating your business, always start with differentiation. what’s the one thing that only you can do?
    • 8 Exponential business growth without people, training, measurement, and incentive alignment is impossible. Synchronize them or stagnate.
    • 9 Transparency improves performance. your information flow must be inclusive, consistent and collaborative.
    • 10 The modern organization is likely to be:
    • 10 The modern organization is likely to be: Flat
    • 10 The modern organization is likely to be: team based
    • 10 The modern organization is likely to be: Committed to growth and training
    • 10 The modern organization is likely to be: Inviting to Gen Y
    • Is your most important business process transferable? REALLY REFLECT...
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