Some 87 percent of businesses fail to execute their strategy each year. Disconnectedness is at the heart of the problem, according to strategic execution consultant Dan Prosser, whose new book offers eight insights into why and how to fix it, from the power of conversations to the possibilities in chaos.
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An effective issue management process is vital to project success. Here are several best practices.
In this webinar, you will get a complete introduction to your Leadership Gift, including the mind's Responsibility Process™ and the Keys to Responsibility™ for applying, practicing, and mastering responsibility in your life, work, and relationships. Your takeaways will include: Knowing how, why, and when to get started using your Leadership Gift; Applications for project success, leadership, and teamwork; How and when to apply it to yourself and others; Resources available for advanced study and mastery
이 웨비나에서는 당신의 인생, 업무 및 인간 관계에서 책임을 다하고, 실천하고, 숙달하기위한 마음의 책임 프로세스 ™ 및 책임감 (Keys to Responsibility ™)을 포함하여 리더십 선물에 대한 완전한 소개를 얻을 수 있습니다.
A recent Harvard Business Review article revealed that one in six IT projects has a cost overrun of 200%. That's a pretty high rate of failure for estimation. To minimize the risk of having your next technical project go awry, stop estimating and start budgeting.
Make service your top priority by creating focusing on compassionate customer care.
In this webinar, you will learn how to apply project management techniques to career advancement. You will learn goal setting (project planning), tracking systems (monitoring and controlling) and stakeholder management (finding allies to help you).
This practitioner talks with a lot of project managers who are looking to advance their careers. He sees a consistent theme in their focus—deepening skills instead of perfecting execution of their current skill set.