The challenge in any organizational transformation is how to make the culture work for rather than against the desired change. To do that, we need to first understand what an organization is, how it functions and how we can orchestrate relationships between those functions so that culture becomes an enabler of effective change.
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Even though we consider software engineering as an extension of mathematics, measurement of the developer or team’s performance is very subjective. In the end, most of the time we only look at the deliverables. We need to embrace the human element to realize success and innovation.
Ask any project manager about the training they got on PM skills, and chances are they’ll tell you it left a lot to be desired. That’s not because the training was bad, just that it doesn’t always work that way in the real world.
Corporate culture is both difficult to define and even more challenging to change. There are theories that organizational culture shouldn’t be a management priority. This practitioner respectfully disagrees.
질문 :이 질문을하기에는 너무 바쁩니다. 그러나 프로젝트 관리 지식 체계 (PMBOK® 안내서)의 최신 가이드는 프로젝트에 기민성을 더하고 싶습니다. 내가 더 나은 결과를 원하지 않는다는 것이 아니라, 팀이하는 모든 것을 완전히 재구성 할 수 없다는 것입니다. 비록 내가 그것을 원한다고해도, 상위 경영진이 동의하는 데 걸리는 시간은 거래 차단기가 될 것이다. 제가 혼자서 할 수있는 것이 빠르고 쉽습니까?
To stay ahead of emerging competition and expand their customer base, established organizations are embarking upon digital transformation. The challenge lies in changing existing lines of business and aligning organizational culture. This article shares transformation strategies for a process-mature organization.
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Culture is the single most essential and fundamental ingredient to making organizational change work. And it is in the implementation of project management that we most often get this fact completely, utterly, desperately wrong.