Joe.Czarnecki

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Joseph R. Czarnecki is vice president, product and sales support, at TwentyEighty Strategy Execution.

Joe's in-depth knowledge allows him to align client needs with course offerings, guide the contextualization of courses to clients' cultures and processes, and bring insights from clients to the development of new courses. Joe has more than 25 years of experience in instructional design, with a focus on portfolio and program management for financial services, aeronautics, manufacturing, energy and technology companies.

Joe's in-depth knowledge allows him to align client needs with course offerings, guide the contextualization of courses to clients' cultures and processes, and bring insights from clients to the development of new courses. Joe has more than 25 years of experience in instructional design, with a focus on portfolio and program management for financial services, aeronautics, manufacturing, energy and technology companies.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Joseph R. Czarnecki and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications Inc. or its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

Articles by Joe.Czarnecki

Making Strategy Work

6 meta-leadership skills for IT and technical professionals

There are six relational skills that IT leaders must experience and practice to successfully become the leaders they are expected to be. And these are not ingredient skills – they are really meta-leadership skills. A meta-skill is a blend of individual skills that apply to a wide variety of circumstances and help you achieve desired results.
August 5, 2016
Making Strategy Work

Collaboration trumps cooperation

Moving from cooperation to collaboration isn’t easy. It takes planning, practice and a bit of sharing control -- something many of us struggle with. When done right collaboration can become embedded in your organizational culture, unlocking potential you didn’t know you had, but desperately needed. It helps everyone rise to the daily challenges of increased speed to market, adapting to change and driving innovation.
June 2, 2016
Making Strategy Work

Where did that strategy go?

The heart of making strategy work is people. Great plans go nowhere without people to make the strategy happen. But how do you keep people engaged in a marathon when the sidelines are so full of distractions? Or to reframe the question, how do you achieve a long-term goal in a world driven by instant gratification?
May 18, 2016