Brownfield projects carry several constraints, risks, issues, differences in opinions and more—and often arrive with an unknown history, making the project environment ambiguous. Here we focus on some of the important considerations in effectively managing brownfield projects.
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As the pace of digital transformation accelerates, changing the ways that organizations connect with customers and teams collaborate, project leaders must make sure they aren’t just along for the ride.
What can help program and project managers respond to the demanding projects that are likely to come across their desks? This article will examine the increasing challenge of digital transformation—and offer suggestions on how to prepare.
In the last few years, the amount of money spent on digital transformation has accelerated dramatically. What does that mean for you and your work?
Like any trending concept, some of you may be inclined to dismiss digital transformation as the flavor of the month. The fact that this idea has gained steadily in popularity for more than three years suggests it’s here to stay. Keep these five tips in mind as you navigate inevitable change.
There’s been a lot of talk about how the pandemic has been a catalyst for the acceleration of digital transformation. But is that really the case? No, and it's time we stop confusing digitization with digital transformation. What has to change now is the way technology is leveraged.
Technology is driving change—and the vast majority of the change is making the world much more digital. But keeping pace with this degree of change is increasingly difficult as we all face the global digital divide of organizations, professionals and the population in general.
What can organizations do to strengthen their project delivery environments as they head into a critical year? How can they prepare that environment—and the people in it? It will require that resilience is built in to how projects are delivered.
For many of us, the norm-breaking chaos of 2020 has changed our perception of the time-honored opportunity for self-improvement through resolutions. In this season of change and adversity, where do you fall in this spectrum of thought and review?
Make sure your project team is ready to avoid conflict from mismanaged changes. Use this tactic to ensure that your project team knows what to do—and what not to do—before any change is requested or suggested.