In 2020, a lot of organizations embraced the idea of donating products and services instead of money. Is that a trend that’s going to continue?
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The future is not what was anticipated just 12 months ago. And that’s changed current strategic plans and longer-term visions. Many organizations are seeing the economic uncertainty and upheaval as an opportunity to press the reset button, and to fundamentally reimagine what they are and will become.
Today’s customer is digitally driven. If your organization is going to thrive, digital must be at the core of what you do. Add-ons and tweaks aren’t enough. These steps will set you on the path to meet your customers’ modern needs and stay relevant in the Digital Age.
How does the uncertainty, urgency and chaos of 2020 impact the thinking of CIOs going into 2021, and what do they need to do to be successful? The answer starts with understanding the CEO and the leadership team’s urgencies and priorities.
If organizations are determined to stay competitive, they need to embed the concept of transient competitive advantages into their core.
Regulatory impact assessment (RIA) is widely adopted as a global practice when developing new legislation and regulation. The RIA is all about what should happen. Project management is all about what does happen. Understanding RIA can benefit project managers who are enlisted to successfully realize the RIA recommendations.
As the lines between project management and product development blur, project leaders and teams need a blend of approaches that support both efficient delivery and discovery-led work. Here are some strategic principals that can help expand your innovation toolbox.
As organizations continue to deal with the uncertainty caused by COVID-19, how can they balance the need to pursue strategic growth with the requirement to maintain flexibility? Here is guidance on creating a clear vision, planning smaller projects, and reprioritizing continuously.
The customer-driven move toward total digital immersion has been happening for a while; a pandemic only accelerated it. So, is your organization truly digitally driven now? Here are six reasons why it better be … or be getting there fast.
While the pandemic has ushered in dramatic swings in demand and corresponding workloads, it has delivered targeted opportunities to address problems in our business operating models—some new, some persistent—that should not be ignored. Applying a simple strategic matrix leads us to four key directives.