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The premier annual gathering of the
global strategy community, providing
the best thinking, information and
inspiration to...
A worldwide virtual event with local
presence and global reach.
WHAT
"The meaning of strategy in a
connected, immediate, disrupted
world"
THEME
The world organizations now address
is rapidly evolving. It is marked by
ambiguity, volatility, unpredictability and
disru...
Organizations face loss of scale
advantage, systemic risk, cultural
shifts, shortened decision cycles and
exponential chan...
Technology and communications
advances are delivering an open,
always connected, massively
networked, real-time world in w...
How are organizations successfully
developing and executing strategies in
such a dynamic environment? What's
working and w...
Where is this change heading and what
does it mean for those who are leading
and developing strategies for companies,
non-...
World Strategy Week 2014 will
assemble the best experts and leaders
to address these questions.
WHAT
It will focus on the state of strategy
today, what strategic leaders are called
on to do in this shifting paradigm, how
te...
It will explore what successful strategy-
making and strategic management
may look like in rapidly approaching
future.
WHAT
Deliver current and highly relevant
thought leadership on strategic
planning and strategic management.
OBJECTIVE 1
Create an opportunity for Association
for Strategic Planning chapters,
partners and sponsors to deliver
related strategy e...
November 3-7, 2014
WHEN
Global
Virtual through webinars.
Local
Cities worldwide (where involved ASP
chapters, partners and sponsors have
a presenc...
Attendees
Current and aspiring C-Suite, senior
management and Board leaders of
organizations of all types and sizes.
WHO
Attendees
Strategy professionals within
organizations.
WHO
Attendees
Strategy consultants, advisors and
providers serving organizations and
organizational leaders.
WHO
Attendees
Strategy academics and researchers.
WHO
Attendees
Students in strategy and business
programs.
WHO
Presenters
C-Suite and Boardroom leaders or
advisors/consultants with significant
stories to tell about organizational
suc...
Presenters
Strategy professionals and academics
with useful, powerful planning and
implementation methods and tools.
WHO
Presenters
"Thought leader" panels of experts and
practitioners to address issues and
questions important to those who wan...
Presenters
Educational and certification leaders
who have offerings through which
leaders can advance their strategy
skill...
Sponsors
Strategy consulting firms.
Strategy systems/tools/software
providers.
Publishers and information providers.
Educa...
Sponsors
Organizations that want to support the
global strategy community and
advance strategic leadership, thinking,
plan...
Sponsors
Organizations that want to be
connected with and gain exposure and
visibility with engaged members of the
worldwi...
Sponsors
Organizations that want avenues
(which escalate for higher tier
sponsors) for delivering their
messaging, promoti...
Sponsors
Organizations that want the opportunity
to deliver and have promoted as part of
the global agenda their own strat...
Organizers
Lead: ASP and its chapters
WHO
Organizers
Partners: ASP alliance partners,
Strategic Planning Society and other
strategy-related associations,
universiti...
Organizers
Sponsors: Those who choose to
deliver their own strategy-related
events.
WHO
Webinars
ASP daily strategy webinars
November 3-7
FORMAT
Webinars
Webinars will be 90 minutes in length.
Individuals as well as groups of paid
attendees in chapter/partner/sponsor...
Webinars
Format for each
Panel discussion among 3-5 notables.
10 minute introduction (with ASP
promo)
45 minutes panelist ...
Webinars
Proposed topics and candidates for
panelists
FORMAT
Webinars
Kick-off, Monday morning, November
3.
THE STATE OF STRATEGY TODAY.
FORMAT
Webinars
THE STATE OF STRATEGY TODAY.
Stanley Abraham Stuart Cross
Rich Horwath Mark Johnson
Renée Mauborgne Costas Markid...
Webinars
Late morning, Tuesday, November 4.
THE ROLE OF LEADERS IN
STRATEGY SUCCESS.
FORMAT
Webinars
THE ROLE OF LEADERS IN
STRATEGY SUCCESS.
John Adair Josh Bersin Ronald Burt
David Creelman Peter DiGiammarinoRobe...
Webinars
Mid-day, Wednesday, November 5.
SOLVING THE STRATEGY
IMPLEMENTATION DILEMMA.
FORMAT
Webinars
SOLVING THE STRATEGY
IMPLEMENTATION DILEMMA.
Larry Keeley Alan W. Kennedy John P. Kotter
Roger Martin Rita Gunthe...
Webinars
Early afternoon, Thursday, November
6.
TODAY'S HOTBED: SOCIAL,
TECHNOLOGY AND STRATEGY.
FORMAT
Webinars
TODAY'S HOTBED: SOCIAL,
TECHNOLOGY AND STRATEGY.
Chris Brogan John Seely Brown Marc Benioff
Samer M. Chidiac Luci...
Webinars
Afternoon, Friday, November 7.
THE FUTURE OF STRATEGY.
FORMAT
Webinars
THE FUTURE OF STRATEGY.
Johan Aurik Richard D’Aveni Lynda Gratton
Gary Hamel Soren Kaplan John McGonagle
Alexande...
Local events
Local organizers schedule live events
and webinars during the week as
opportunities and circumstances allow.
...
Support and strengthen the global strategy
community and advance strategic
leadership, thinking, planning and action
world...
Gain exposure and visibility.
Have avenues (which escalate for higher
tier sponsors) for delivering their
messaging, promo...
Get the opportunity to deliver and have
promoted as part of the global agenda their
own strategy-related events that will ...
Have opportunity to deliver and have
promoted as part of global agenda own
strategy-related events to add to the whole
whi...
Gain opportunities to attract new members
or customers.
If membership organization, give members
greater value.
Be able to...
Support and strengthen global strategy
community and advance strategic
leadership, thinking, planning and action
world-wid...
“The meaning of strategy in a
connected, immediate, disrupted
world”November 3-7  WorldStrategyWeek.com
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  1. 1. The premier annual gathering of the global strategy community, providing the best thinking, information and inspiration to help organizations use strategic leadership, thinking, planning and action to attain transformational results. WHAT
  2. 2. A worldwide virtual event with local presence and global reach. WHAT
  3. 3. "The meaning of strategy in a connected, immediate, disrupted world" THEME
  4. 4. The world organizations now address is rapidly evolving. It is marked by ambiguity, volatility, unpredictability and disruption. WHY
  5. 5. Organizations face loss of scale advantage, systemic risk, cultural shifts, shortened decision cycles and exponential change. WHY
  6. 6. Technology and communications advances are delivering an open, always connected, massively networked, real-time world in which information is ubiquitous and instantly available. WHY
  7. 7. How are organizations successfully developing and executing strategies in such a dynamic environment? What's working and what isn't? What new approaches are called for? WHY
  8. 8. Where is this change heading and what does it mean for those who are leading and developing strategies for companies, non-profits and government? WHY
  9. 9. World Strategy Week 2014 will assemble the best experts and leaders to address these questions. WHAT
  10. 10. It will focus on the state of strategy today, what strategic leaders are called on to do in this shifting paradigm, how technology and social media are changing the landscape and the opportunities they present for strategists. WHAT
  11. 11. It will explore what successful strategy- making and strategic management may look like in rapidly approaching future. WHAT
  12. 12. Deliver current and highly relevant thought leadership on strategic planning and strategic management. OBJECTIVE 1
  13. 13. Create an opportunity for Association for Strategic Planning chapters, partners and sponsors to deliver related strategy events that add to the whole and advance their interests. OBJECTIVE 2
  14. 14. November 3-7, 2014 WHEN
  15. 15. Global Virtual through webinars. Local Cities worldwide (where involved ASP chapters, partners and sponsors have a presence). WHERE
  16. 16. Attendees Current and aspiring C-Suite, senior management and Board leaders of organizations of all types and sizes. WHO
  17. 17. Attendees Strategy professionals within organizations. WHO
  18. 18. Attendees Strategy consultants, advisors and providers serving organizations and organizational leaders. WHO
  19. 19. Attendees Strategy academics and researchers. WHO
  20. 20. Attendees Students in strategy and business programs. WHO
  21. 21. Presenters C-Suite and Boardroom leaders or advisors/consultants with significant stories to tell about organizational success, failure and resurrection through strategic thinking, strategy development and strategic management. WHO
  22. 22. Presenters Strategy professionals and academics with useful, powerful planning and implementation methods and tools. WHO
  23. 23. Presenters "Thought leader" panels of experts and practitioners to address issues and questions important to those who want to advance their organizations through strategic leading, thinking, planning and action. WHO
  24. 24. Presenters Educational and certification leaders who have offerings through which leaders can advance their strategy skills. WHO
  25. 25. Sponsors Strategy consulting firms. Strategy systems/tools/software providers. Publishers and information providers. Educational institutions. ASP members and past sponsors. WHO
  26. 26. Sponsors Organizations that want to support the global strategy community and advance strategic leadership, thinking, planning and action. WHO
  27. 27. Sponsors Organizations that want to be connected with and gain exposure and visibility with engaged members of the worldwide strategy community - decision-makers, consultants, thought- leaders, researchers and more. WHO
  28. 28. Sponsors Organizations that want avenues (which escalate for higher tier sponsors) for delivering their messaging, promoting their services and benefits, and attracting clients. WHO
  29. 29. Sponsors Organizations that want the opportunity to deliver and have promoted as part of the global agenda their own strategy- related events that will add to the whole while advancing their interests. WHO
  30. 30. Organizers Lead: ASP and its chapters WHO
  31. 31. Organizers Partners: ASP alliance partners, Strategic Planning Society and other strategy-related associations, universities, businesses, civic and governmental entities. WHO
  32. 32. Organizers Sponsors: Those who choose to deliver their own strategy-related events. WHO
  33. 33. Webinars ASP daily strategy webinars November 3-7 FORMAT
  34. 34. Webinars Webinars will be 90 minutes in length. Individuals as well as groups of paid attendees in chapter/partner/sponsor locations can attend the webinars. FORMAT
  35. 35. Webinars Format for each Panel discussion among 3-5 notables. 10 minute introduction (with ASP promo) 45 minutes panelist presentations 30 minutes moderated discussion FORMAT
  36. 36. Webinars Proposed topics and candidates for panelists FORMAT
  37. 37. Webinars Kick-off, Monday morning, November 3. THE STATE OF STRATEGY TODAY. FORMAT
  38. 38. Webinars THE STATE OF STRATEGY TODAY. Stanley Abraham Stuart Cross Rich Horwath Mark Johnson Renée Mauborgne Costas Markides Stanley K. Ridgley Stanley Rosen Adrian Slywotzky Chris Zook FORMAT
  39. 39. Webinars Late morning, Tuesday, November 4. THE ROLE OF LEADERS IN STRATEGY SUCCESS. FORMAT
  40. 40. Webinars THE ROLE OF LEADERS IN STRATEGY SUCCESS. John Adair Josh Bersin Ronald Burt David Creelman Peter DiGiammarinoRobert M. Fulmer Hal Gregersen Seth Godin Marshall Goldsmith James McComb Max Mckeown Cynthia A. Montgomery Heather M.K. Woslters FORMAT
  41. 41. Webinars Mid-day, Wednesday, November 5. SOLVING THE STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION DILEMMA. FORMAT
  42. 42. Webinars SOLVING THE STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION DILEMMA. Larry Keeley Alan W. Kennedy John P. Kotter Roger Martin Rita Gunther McGrath Denise McNerney Richard McKnight Gary L. Neilson Howard Rohm Leland Russell Chris Trimble FORMAT
  43. 43. Webinars Early afternoon, Thursday, November 6. TODAY'S HOTBED: SOCIAL, TECHNOLOGY AND STRATEGY. FORMAT
  44. 44. Webinars TODAY'S HOTBED: SOCIAL, TECHNOLOGY AND STRATEGY. Chris Brogan John Seely Brown Marc Benioff Samer M. Chidiac Lucinda "Cindy" Gallop Jenn Houser Charlene Li Jon Miller Ryan Phelan Ekaterina WalterNicholas J. Webb FORMAT
  45. 45. Webinars Afternoon, Friday, November 7. THE FUTURE OF STRATEGY. FORMAT
  46. 46. Webinars THE FUTURE OF STRATEGY. Johan Aurik Richard D’Aveni Lynda Gratton Gary Hamel Soren Kaplan John McGonagle Alexander Osterwalder Martin Reeves Richard P. Rumelt James E. Schrager Irving Wladawsky-Berger FORMAT
  47. 47. Local events Local organizers schedule live events and webinars during the week as opportunities and circumstances allow. FORMAT
  48. 48. Support and strengthen the global strategy community and advance strategic leadership, thinking, planning and action world-wide. Be connected with 1,000 or more engaged members of the worldwide strategy community - decision-makers, consultants, thought-leaders, researchers and more. CASE FOR SPONSORSHIP
  49. 49. Gain exposure and visibility. Have avenues (which escalate for higher tier sponsors) for delivering their messaging, promoting their services and benefits, and attracting clients. Be associated with notable leaders in strategic thinking, planning and action. CASE FOR SPONSORSHIP
  50. 50. Get the opportunity to deliver and have promoted as part of the global agenda their own strategy-related events that will add to the whole while advancing their interests. Have free access to the five anchor webinars. CASE FOR SPONSORSHIP
  51. 51. Have opportunity to deliver and have promoted as part of global agenda own strategy-related events to add to the whole while advancing own interests. Gain added exposure and visibility. Enjoy a new opportunity to generate revenue. CASE FOR PARTNERSHIP
  52. 52. Gain opportunities to attract new members or customers. If membership organization, give members greater value. Be able to piggyback on the WSW umbrella marketing and registration process (for 20% revenue share). CASE FOR PARTNERSHIP
  53. 53. Support and strengthen global strategy community and advance strategic leadership, thinking, planning and action world-wide. CASE FOR PARTNERSHIP
  54. 54. “The meaning of strategy in a connected, immediate, disrupted world”November 3-7  WorldStrategyWeek.com

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