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When: April 12, 2012
From 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Where: Suffolk University (Sawyer Business School)
73 Tremont Street
1st Floor Amenities Room
Boston, Massachusetts  02108
Contact: Jennifer von Briesen

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About the Topic

On behalf of our partner, ASP - Boston, we extend a special invitation to join us for what we know will be an interesting presentation and conversation with Strategy Coach, Ed Barrows.

This discussion will help senior leaders improve performance management and strategy execution with a streamlined approach that leverages existing execution tools in a simplified process model that has delivers tangible results.

In his discussion, management consultant and researcher, Ed Barrows, will discuss the four steps and five enablers in the performance management for turbulent environments (pm4te) core process in a way that:

  • Addresses importance of adaptability to change within today's business environment
  • Explores the environmental turbulence that constantly confounds virtually all organizational systems, with workable solutions
  • Provides a streamlined execution process any organization can use to improve business results

This discussion is filled with proven solutions from his forthcoming book "Managing Performance in Turbulent Times: Insights and Analytics” (Wiley 2011).

Participants will walk away with tips and techniques they can use right away to drive organizational results.

About the Speaker

Ed Barrows
Strategy Coach,

Ed Barrows helps top leaders improve their most important capability—strategic management. He has 20 years of hands-on experience in the areas of strategic planning, strategic decision-making and strategy execution. Over the past 15 years, he has worked in a variety of professional services positions with Deloitte, GE Capital, PricewaterhouseCoopers and most recently, with Palladium Group, where he was a vice president. He lectures at Boston College and Babson College, where he teaches Strategic Management. He can be reached at

Note: BPMA members can register as an "Affiliate" for ASP Boston events.

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