The Mastering Strategy: Strategic Management Performance System Bootcamp is an intensive, hands-on interactive education and training that teaches your organization to be strategy focused. Your team will learn:
- A disciplined process for prioritizing tasks
- How to systematically assess external opportunities and threats
- A proven approach to reaching performance goals
- To apply a practical strategy execution methodology that helps your organization sustain focus, alignment and engagement
Mastering Strategy Bootcamp is designed for professionals to acquire knowledge and build skills in leadership and management of strategy formulation, implementation and control.
This program is recognized by the International Association for Strategy Professionals as an IASP exam preparation course (for both SPP & SMP).
December 4-8, 2023 in Washington, DC
5 full day sessions, in-person
December 4-8, 2023; 9AM- 5PM EST
George Washington University in Washington, DC
- May be fully funded by US Army Credentialing Assistance
- Don’t qualify for credentialing assistance:
- Military: $2,960 (includes a 40% military discount for active military, veterans, civilian employees, and military spouses).
- Non-military: $4,995
Mastering Strategy Customized Bootcamp Program
If you are an employer or organization looking for a customized Mastering Strategy Bootcamp program, LBL Strategies offers live in-person and live online programs.
"The LBL Strategies Mastering Strategy in Healthcare bootcamp was insightful, engaging, and thought-provoking. I enjoyed how the instructors used different teaching methods, including breakout rooms and videos. As a strategy professional, I found the bootcamp to be invaluable. I learned about a variety of different resources and tools that can be used throughout the strategy process, and that can be customized based on organizational needs. It was also great to connect with other like-minded professionals. After taking the bootcamp, I was empowered to pursue an International Association for Strategy Professionals (IASP) certification. After studying with additional prep materials that LBL Strategies provided me, I felt well-equipped to pass my IASP exam, and I did! I would recommend LBL Strategies courses to any professional wanting to advance their knowledge of strategy."
David Markovich, MS, MHA
Business Program Analyst
Strategy Management & Foresight
American College of Radiology
"I would definitely recommend this strategy bootcamp to my colleagues. Learning is social, and I appreciate how much time was allocated to help us “socialize around the learning” with other healthcare professionals."
SVP Quality Assurance and Performance Excellence
"I appreciated the “Ahaa!” moments when we realize we have historically been doing “strategy tasks,” but not gaining any true benefit. One of the greatest values of the program was learning strategy visualization tools and exercises to help professionals think and act strategically."
Chief Operating Officer
Adventist Health White Memorial
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Randall Rollinson is President of LBL Strategies. LBL is a Registered Education Provider of the International Association for Strategy Professionals (IASP), the Project Management Institute (PMI) and a certified veteran owned business. He is a certified Strategic Management Professional (SMP) and an IASP Pioneer. He is a nationally recognized leader in the practical application of strategic management principles, tools and techniques. He is the past president of IASP – Chicago Chapter. He is the IASP 2018 Conference Co-Chair entitled “Bridging the Strategic Execution Gap.” In 2010, he coauthored and published a strategic management text book entitled Strategy in the 21st Century: A Practical Strategic Management Process.
Since 1985, Randall has served more than 2600 clients in a wide range of industries with practical strategy facilitation, board development and performance management services. He has a special focus on industry associations where governance issues are often a major consideration. Over his career he has specialized in strategic management consulting, teaching and software development. His body of work includes the Mastering Strategy: Strategic Management Performance Certification Program, which won the 2001 Exemplar Award from the International Association for Continuing Education and Training, as an “exemplary, outstanding results-oriented program.” This live and online education program is now offered in partnership with George Washington University, Center for Excellence in Public Leadership to help management professionals expand their knowledge, skills and provide a pathway to IASP certification.
He has extensive experience in facilitating focused, high-profile, confidential planning processes. He is highly skilled in helping leaders work through tough topics. He is trained and experienced mental health counselor. He has led thousands of planning discussions where a strong command of group dynamics was required. He grew up in a family business. He has worked with hundreds of family businesses. He is a former association executive. He is very familiar with associations, boards, executive leadership and has a general understanding of the association management industry.
Randall holds an MBA in Management from DePaul University, a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Southern Illinois University. He has taken advanced certificate level training from DePaul University in executive information systems and project management. He completed a certificate program in international trade at the World Trade Center of Illinois in 2011. He is a certified Balanced Scorecard Professional receiving his certification from George Washington University, College of Professional Studies. He completed an Advanced Measurement Certification program from the Balanced Scorecard Institute. He is an active member of the Chicagoland PMI Chapter and a former member of the Chapter’s Executive Council.
He is a past President of the Norwood Seniors Network. He is a Vietnam veteran.
Randall uniquely contributes to the LBL team by 1) serving as the strategic leader and primary business developer of the organization, 2) designing, developing and delivering a broad range of strategic thinking and management products and services, and 3) building external relationships with business leaders across the world.
He enjoys listening, facilitating, writing, teaching and delivering on promises made to LBL’s customers and strategic partners. He has a primary interest in helping leaders accept the reality of climate change. In his spare time, he enjoys working out, running/walking, traveling, water skiing and family.
Doug Maris is Vice President of Operations and serves as a Senior Consultant & Senior Trainer for LBL Strategies. He has over twenty-five years’ executive leadership and strategy experience. As Senior Director of Business Development he developed, launched, and led a strategicmanagement system for a large nonprofit senior healthcare and living chain with 2,200 employees and $175 million annual budget. He also served as Executive Director for three large retirement communities, responsible for over 600 employees and successful fiscal management of a $10,000,000 annual operations budget.
Doug has taught courses and conducted training events for George Washington University – CEPL; DePaul University; Lincoln Christian University; Exelon Utilities; ComEd Utilities; Washington DC City Government; U.S. Department of Defense; Upstate Medical University; PEAK National Summit; International Association for Strategy Professionals; Life Services Network; and many other businesses and organizations.
He has many years’ experience assisting non-profit organizations with articulating a strategic & operating plan with a focus on execution and developing key performance metrics. While serving with a large senior healthcare and living non-profit organization, Maris served as project manager/lead for major corporate-wide change initiatives and projects (including integration to electronic medical record platform, centralizing procurement automation and systems, establishing executive team dashboards, creating systems for increasing utilization of rehab service line, and initiating new reporting and metrics systems).
Additionally, he wrote and executed the business plan to launch a large pharmacy serving multiple campuses throughout Illinois and generating additional revenues for the company. Maris has also led two large churches as senior pastor through significant seasons of growth and outreach via major strategic management and change processes. Additionally, he has taught as an adjunct professor for Lincoln Christian University for over twenty years offering college and graduate-level courses. He is also former 6-year board director with the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital and current second-term board member of the Olympia Community Unit School District #16. He serves on the board of directors for the Association for Talent Development – Chicago chapter
Maris earned his M.A. and M.Div. from Lincoln Christian University. He also earned the Strategic Management Certificate from DePaul University and is a Certified Strategic Management Professional and Certified Strategic Planning Professional, both through the International Association for Strategy Professionals. He also holds Balanced Scorecard Professional and KPI Professional certifications.
Doug uniquely contributes to the LBL team by leading team members and managing operations with a laser focus on operational excellence and improvement. He is an experienced facilitator and exceptional instructor. As a big-picture thinker and problem solver, he desires to support the team to achieve personal and professional success. He enjoys attending his children’s extracurricular sports and activities, reading, boating, golf, and the Chicago Cubs (sometimes).
James Stockmal is the owner of SK Partners, a small independent management consultancy licensed in Washington, DC. Jim has more than 30 years of experience in designing and developing organizations across a wide spectrum of industries including banking, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, and consultancies. In addition, Jim has helped organizations develop and execute strategic transformation through the integration of people-focused, process-oriented, and technology-enabled initiatives.
Jim’s clients include the Royal Bank of Canada, Australian New Zealand Bank, CitiCorp, Flagstar Bank, Aetna, Ford Motor Company, Sears, and Exxon Mobil. His government clients include the Susquehanna River Basin Commission, Stafford County, Events DC, the Department of Energy, the US Air Force, the Navy Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), NASA, the General Services Administration, National Transportation Safety Board, NOAA, and the Educational Employees' Supplementary Retirement System of Fairfax County (ERFC).
His non-profit clients include the National Sporting Goods Association, the Association for Airport Authority Executives (AAAE,) the Direct Marketing Association of Washington (DMAW,) the Institute for Building Technology and Safety, San Miguel DC, and DC Net Impact.
Mr. Stockmal writes monthly articles on organizational development, leadership, strategy, organizational transformation, and cyber security for The Strategic Edge, a publication of the International Association for Strategy Professionals (IASP.) Jim teaches the Strategic Management Performance System (SMPS) in conjunction with LBL Strategies and George Washington University’s Center for Excellence in Public Leadership (CEPL.)
Jim is married to Ellen Kollar, Ph.D., and lives in the heart of Washington, DC where he can be seen walking twice-a-day. When not volunteering and not serving clients, Jim loves to play golf, cook, and provide nurturing support to his twin sons in college.
He can be reached on Twitter: @stockmalj. Select publications and presentations include:
“Capacity Building for Smart Cities,” July 2019, The Strategic Edge.
“Conducting Virtual Strategic Planning Sessions.” April 2019, The Strategic Edge.
“Ecosystems: Is Yours Working for You”, August 2017, IASP Global Webinar.
“Trends, Drivers and Innovation: What Every Organization Should be Thinking About”, May 2017, IASP Annual Conference – Toronto, Canada: https://www.strategyassociation.org/?page=JamesStockmal
“Reflections on “S-Curves” and Leading Strategic Change” Linked In, November 1, 2016: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/reflections-s-curves-leading-strategic-change-james-stockmal/
“Don’t Be an Ostrich: Don’t Be Afraid of What Your Customers Have to Say or Avoiding Pitfalls Capturing the Voice of the Customer”, www.DIY-CI.com, March 2015.
“Overcoming False Foundations for Strategic Planning and Change”. The Strategic Edge, September 2014.
“Managing Transitions”, The Strategic Edge, August 2014.