Beautiful Hawaii is the setting for A Transformational Journey from Pearl Harbor, a program that uses the events of December 7, 1941, to ponder organizational alignment.
The Americans’ unpreparedness for the attack helps us examine the causes of and methods for breaking silos that exist inside any organization and prevent cooperation across boundaries, then flip the perspective and look at the lack of long-term benefits the Japanese received from this overwhelming tactical success as a way to explore strategic planning. The Doolittle Raid, America’s response to the attack on Pearl Harbor, offers insight into how we align small projects with the larger organizational vision.
Visits to the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial, Pacific Aviation Museum, and a helicopter trip over Pearl Harbor ensure an emotional connection that will forever etch the leadership concepts into participants’ minds.