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Ideas into Plans

by Andy Jordan

Some organizations try to streamline the process of developing business cases and end up missing great opportunities. But turning ideas into realistic, executable plans should, in fact, be a complex journey, from screening to rationalization to approval. Here are essential steps to make the time and effort worthwhile.

Implementing a Successful Help Desk

by Michael Wood

Don't make the mistake of thinking the key to a successful help desk is the right software. Yes, technology is important, but the real hurdle to get over is resistance to change. Here are some tips on getting users to embrace your help desk innovation.

Implementing CRM Systems: Not All Sunshine and Roses

by Michael Wood

It's easy to understand why organizations would want to implement an efficient and effective CRM solution. So what goes wrong with these initiatives? Why are around 70% of CRM deployment efforts fraught with problems and unforeseen complications? Let’s explore some remedies...

Implementing Disruptive Technology: A Giant Problem

by Kevin Coleman

Whether you want to acknowledge it or not, you are going to be impacted by disruptive technologies. There is increased pressure from the very top of organizations to perform in this new setting, creating a wicked problem that we all have to adapt to.

Implementing SOX

by Bob Weinstein

Everyone remotely concerned with the decision-making process must know the ABCs of SOX implementation. Here's a look at how to automate the process and avoid potential snafus.

Implementing Strategy: What Projects Should Be All About

by Michael Wood

Too many organizations don’t connect the dots between strategy and the need for the organization to pursue an informed, aligned and enlightened approach to the implementing of those strategies.

Improving Engagement Between IT and Business: Key Roles

Santosh Kadatare

Technology is driving transformation in the business model. Now more than ever, a need exists for roles that can work seamlessly between the IT and business sides to bring organizational strategy to fruition.

Improving Project Selection

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

Project initiation decisions live in the space between strategy and project management. To ensure the right strategic initiatives are supported, organizations need to reframe how these decisions are made, be it politics or processes. Here’s an executive-level roadmap with critical questions to begin a reality check.

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