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Macro vs. Micro Innovations

by Al Taylor

Innovation comes in many shapes and sizes and can be categorized in many ways. In this article, the author suggests that one way to categorize it is to distinguish macro innovation from micro innovation.

Making the Agile Connection with the Internet of Things

by Priya Patra

The tsunami of devices from the Internet of Things (IoT) has come to our homes, workplaces and industries—and to the projects we manage and products we create. Let’s see why the combination of innovation and agility is essential to leverage the “power of the thing” to win in this highly competitive market.

Managing Constraints: Looking for Abundance?

by Suresh MK

The project manager's worst nightmare is a resource constraint or scarcity of resources while fulfilling project objectives. It's time to make PMs think differently when dealing with constraints or scarcity.

Managing Differences

Here are four recommendations for maximizing performance and innovation by creating conditions in which diverse team members can work “at the edge” of their capabilities.

Mastering the Unpredictable

by John D'Entremont

There is a push for a more flexible, dynamic approach to supporting knowledge work through technology. Software architect and author Keith Swenson is a leading advocate of adaptive case management, which recognizes the creative, unpredictable nature of knowledge work. He shares his thoughts on the concept.

Measuring Organizational Agility: The Triple T Metric

by Braden Kelley

There is an increasing amount of chatter and confusion out there around what organizational agility is--and a feeling that it must be important to organizational success. Maybe you should consider using the Triple T Metric.

Mind the Change Gap

by Braden Kelley

If your organization can’t innovate and change at the speed of change of its customers’ wants and needs--and the pace of geopolitical, social and economic change in the world around it--then it will likely have to change its sign from “open” to “closed.”

Mind Your Ts and Qs: The Talents of Teams

by Ian Whittingham, PMP

Collaboration is a complex and dynamic process--and successful collaboration depends on many factors. By recognizing the role that these factors play in how people collaborate with one another, we can all become more successful at creating and leading winning teams.

Mobility Now!

by Guy Barlow

It is no longer a question of if organizations should embrace mobility, but when. Mobile solutions offer project, program and portfolio managers unprecedented access to essential information that has a direct impact on high-stakes decision-making and communication. Those who overcome resistance and address concerns will lead the pack in innovation, opportunity and growth.



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