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This is a blog about Strategy Execution, about implementing change and driving ROI to the bottom line. It is intended for: Leaders and for Program, Project and Change Management practitioners trying to manage the weather systems of change raining inside the organization.
From "mine" to "ours" - shifting away from the white-knuckled grip of ownership, towards both personal and team accountability.
Citizen development is a disruptive approach to digital transformation and organizational innovation, where teams are empowered to turn ideas into applications using no-code/low-code technology. This blog provides insights, advice and practical knowledge from thought leaders and practitioners in Citizen Development.
Although Project Managers spend 90% of their time communicating, communication in project management is the most underdeveloped skill for project managers. This blog will help Project Managers become better communicators and thus, better Project Managers.
This video series will explain not only key aspects of how to create a successful PMO, but also cover the human side of the project manager role and how both are so critical to the journey. This series will also outline many tools and techniques on how to better understand what your client—or executive sponsors—expect out of the PMO. Made in partnership with ESIS, Inc.