Stryve Executive For um

February 26-29, 2012 • The Lodge aT PebbLe beach ™ • PebbLe beach, caLiFornia

it’s about Levers for c hange!

discussion leaders

Ken dychTwaLd | gary hameL | Jim chamPy | racheL bryan | coLby Thames

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saturday, February 25 8:00am - 5:00pm golf and other recreational activities for early arrivals reception and dinner – council room an informal gathering for early arrivals with continuous food and engaging entertainment.

stryve executive Forums stryve executive Forums bring together senior business executives from member organizations to interact with prominent thought leaders in a process designed to enhance their business, strategic and leadership skills. This environment builds and enhances peer relationships across member organizations. Participants are encouraged to bring guests and arrive over the weekend to participate in a variety of hosted social activities. once again the need for change in how we manage corporations has accelerated. Key to achieving success in this endeavor will be identifying the critical levers that maximize the benefits of the efforts expended. This executive Form will assist you in identifying the levers and helping you visualize the desired corporate outcomes. Ken dychwald will provide the roadmap on how to create a paradigm shift in how we motivate and retain the workforce. Gary Hamel will create a blueprint for management 2.0. Jim champy will “reengineer” our views of how we deal with our customers. colby Thames and rachel Bryan will reshape how we think about creating and protecting our computing infrastructure in the future.

7:00 - 9:30pm

sunday, February 26 8:00am - 5:00pm 7:00 - 7:45pm 7:45 - 9:30pm golf and other recreational activities for early arrivals reception – Library room dinner – Pebble beach room

Monday, February 27 7:30 - 8:00am 8:00 - 9:45 breakfast and attendee interaction – council room Foyer Ken dychtwald – age Wave – Four Generations rethink Work, retirement and success we are living in the midst of unprecedented demographic, economic and social changes that impact nearly every aspect of our personal and professional lives. increasing longevity and insufficient savings mean that older workers will be working longer and shrinking their retirement. mid-career workers are trying to reboot their enthusiasm for a longer and more demanding worklife as they simultaneously try to fund their future retirement. young workers are struggling to enter the workforce during tough economic times. what makes each of the four working generations tick – and perform at their best? what are they looking to get from – and give to – their jobs? how will they measure success in this new era? Ken dychtwald will explore these issues while showing how to retain and attract valuable talent and enhance productivity through programs such as: creative use of flexible work arrangements, innovative learning and mentoring opportunities, sabbaticals, retraining, re-careering, flex-retirement and creative compensation and benefits programs. 9:45 - 10:15 10:15 - 12:00pm 1:00 - 6:00pm attendee interaction Four Generations rethink Work, retirement and success – conclusion attendees and guests may participate in a variety of recreational activities including a shotgun scramble golf tournament on Pebble beach golf Links™.
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Tuesday, February 28 8:00 - 8:30am 8:30 - 9:00 breakfast and attendee interaction – council room Foyer stryve outcome research summary bob morison will describe findings from stryve’s past and current research on emerging management issues. 9:00 - 10:00 Jim champy – stryve – The new customer Paradigm once again, an accumulation of shifts in our world (i.e. technology, economy, social media, consumer demands etc.) have created both new opportunities and challenges in how corporations acquire, maintain and relate to customers. Jim champy will provide a provocative and insightful overview of these changing perspectives. 10:00 - 10:30 10:30 - 12:00pm attendee interaction Gary Hamel – Management lab – Management 2.0 Today’s organizations face unprecedented challenges, which include: a wildly accelerating pace of change, the galeforce winds of creative destruction, intensifying competition, rapid commoditization, and increasing demands for social accountability. Problem is, these challenges lie outside the performance envelope of the “management model” that currently predominates in most companies. what’s needed is a revolution in how our companies are led, managed and organized—and information technology will be the catalyst. gary hamel will lay out a blueprint for management 2.0, and identify the ways in which you can use the power of the social web to start a management revolution in your company. 12:00 - 1:00 1:00 - 2:45 2:45 - 3:15 Lunch – Pebble beach room Management 2.0 – conclusion attendee interaction 3:15 - 4:15 colby Thames – stryve – What’s the Future of enterprise systems? corporations have invested heavily in implementing enterprise resource Planning (erP) and other forms of enterprise systems (es). erP and es were steps ahead in automated process performance but they are now major steps behind in the need for simpler, more flexible, more plug-and-play, and more useable business environments. colby Thames will explore the options and challenges of leveraging and supplementing them as part of a more flexible and service oriented computing environment. 4:15 - 5:00 rachel Bryan – stryve – cyber and Mobile security Planning cyber security threats have continued to evolve and become increasingly more sophisticated. as these attacks become more advanced and persistent, organizations are busy focusing on mitigation, control, diversion and remediation at the expense of being more proactive and instituting preventive measures. successfully managing your company’s security requires a holistic, well-conceived strategic plan. rachel bryan will provide an overview of best practices and solutions that can help your organization establish an effective security strategy capable of adapting as new security challenges arise. 6:30pm - 9:30pm attendees and guests will gather for an evening of regionally influenced food and fabulous entertainment – The beach club

Wednesday, February 29 7:30 - 11:30am wednesday morning has been set aside to provide attendees the opportunity to have individualized or small group discussions with senior members of the stryve advisor team regarding subjects presented at this executive Forum or other emerging issues of interest. appointments can be coordinated by contacting ruth malone at ruth@istryve.com or (603) 809-9669.

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MeeTinG reGisTraTion: To register or for further information, please contact Ruth Malone at (603) 809-9669 or by email at ruth@istryve.com. HoTel inForMaTion: The Lodge at Pebble Beach on the Monterey coast provides an uplifting setting for this Executive Forum. The Carmel area is one of the most visually and intellectually stimulating in North America (even if one is not a golfer). The Lodge provides a full range of guest services, yet is small enough to create an intimate setting for this conference. Guest rooms under the Stryve name are available at $550 (single or double occupancy) per night plus applicable taxes and service charges. To reserve a room, please contact ruth Malone prior to January 25, 2012. Attendees have a choice of three airports, Monterey is less than 20 minutes away, San Jose is about ninety minutes and the San Francisco airport is about two hours from the hotel.
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