Winning on Strategy—The Power of Project Delivery with guest Felipe Daguila

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Insights from global experts for how project and program teams can respond to shifting priorities, when to pull the plug on an outdated project—and what it takes to deliver real strategic value.

Felipe Daguila, the chief digital officer for Ooredoo Qatar, explains how increasing collaboration between the teams that create and execute on strategy improves the quality of project delivery.

Dev Ramcharan, a program director for TD in Toronto, offer tips to help teams deliver successful projects when an organization’s strategy changes midstream.

Amruta Oak, executive director of program management services for Kaiser Permanente in San Francisco, and Heather van Wyk, business program manager for Engen Petroleum in Cape Town talk about how focusing on the business case helps teams deliver programs and projects that drive the strategy forward.

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Key Themes:

[0:38] The cost of poor project delivery

[2:40] Aligning projects to strategy

[4:04] How the business case helps projects deliver value

[5:25] Tying individual performance to strategy

[7:02] Responding to strategic shifts

[10:50] Key drivers of successful strategy delivery

[13:43] Building buy-in for strategic initiatives

[16:47] When to cancel a project

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