Organizations are taking a fresh look at options to improve team productivity, which seems to be affected by the lack of personal interaction during the COVID-19 pandemic. This new model could be a long-lasting one that can bring about life-changing impacts and, at the same time, new opportunities for project teams to deliver value to organizations.
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Management philosophy believes that what is measured gets managed. Hence, metrics suggest whether the process is in order or needs external interference. They form the basis of control in any organization. Learn more about the key features of effective metrics.
Are modern organizations successful in helping employees at every level see how the work they do contributes to the success of the organization—as well as the success of their customers?
Why do you have to make things so complicated? Using buzzwords and bafflement as a tactic to gain approval is diminishing in practice, and PMs lead the way with their ability to analyze, educate and prioritize to get approvals right.
Today's business environment is extremely complex. No longer is success driven by any one single factor—it requires multiple factors. If you ask what drives the level of complexity of programs and projects these days, you will get a number of answers.
As more and more people in the workforce grew up with a connected world, the use of the tools of that world become more necessary for enhancing organizational growth.
It is a critical decision process for executive teams as to whether, why and when to embark on an agile transformation. Practicing new ways of working and transforming an entire organization is a huge challenge but can help enterprises to deal with digital disruption, reduce costs, boost efficiency and improve quality.
Establishing a project management program in an organization where project management has not been practiced can be a daunting challenge. There are many methods that can be utilized to create success, but first, the basics need to be identified.
Whether your organization is the most dysfunctional place in the world or one of the best offices in the city, there is always room for improvement. But it's important to not make changes based on knee-jerk reactions. Instead, the organization should be evaluated first before changes are implemented.
Project managers who have difficulty handling stakeholder interactions can become frustrated and turn to micromanagement, losing sight of their overall role guiding the team. Organizational network analysis (ONA) can be used to examine the health of stakeholder engagement in a project environment and promote better relationships.