MBQ thought leader Michael Canic flies in from Denver, Colorado for his August 15th 3 hour morning “business owner” workshop at the Austin Country Club titled:

Ruthless Consistency: Aligning Your Organization To Win…Or Else!

Program Description

Results don’t happen by chance. They happen when managers create an environment that is uncompromisingly aligned with the strategic focus of their company. An aligned environment means people processes, business processes, and organizational structure. And it means alignment through the eyes of employees, not just through the eyes of managers and leadership.Dr. Michael J. Canic outlines in detail the “Strategic Alignment Model” and the four critical areas that need to be aligned for organizations to achieve results. Taking actual business problems from the Vistage group and guests, he provides a methodology for diagnosing misalignments and gives practical suggestions for correcting them. Members and guests can apply these tools and techniques to a range of business challenges including:

  • Strategy implementation
  • Organizational change
  • Workforce motivation

Value to Vistage Members and Guests: Members and guests will leave with:

  • an understanding of what constitutes an “aligned environment” and why it is critical to achieving results
  • the ability to apply an “alignment template” and assess how well their company’s environment is aligned for results
  • a checklist of tools for remedying specific misalignments

Here’s his MBQ link:


Please RSVP via Ed Stillman, Chair and facilitator at ed.stillman@vistagechair.com (M/T 512.422.6232) space is limited so please let me know you are coming. Thank You


Biography: Michael J. Canic, Ph.D., is the president of Bridgeway Leadership, an executive consulting firm that focuses on making strategy happen. He has helped hundreds of executives across North America achieve quantifiable results through a relentless focus on strategic alignment and execution. Canic earned a doctorate in the psychology of human performance from the University of British Columbia.