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Conference Presentation

How to Gain the Certainty of Strategic Alignment in Uncertain Times

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For a professional services organization, strategic alignment has always been hard enough. If your company’s solutions consist of a mix of product and services (yours or someone else’s), there are some natural, predictable barriers to full alignment between professional services and external stakeholders. Under the best of circumstances, it’s hard to be in full alignment. But it becomes that much harder in dynamic, uncertain times. When the industry or economy or the world itself is undergoing unprecedented change, the hard becomes the nearly impossible. But there are some ways to increase your chances of gaining better alignment between PS and other stakeholders. Join this interactive session to learn about some best practices and learn from the experiences and battle scars the other participants will bring to the table.

Tracks: Interactive Breakout, Professional Services

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Publish Date: December 10, 2020

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Peg Rodarmel, SVP, Subscription Services, Infor

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