“Digital transformation” has become a diluted, overused buzz phrase. Many corporate giants claim to be on their digital transformation “journey”—yet things are not working out very well. The problem is simple: lackluster leadership.
Having a long-term vision and strong project management is essential for nations to develop. However, only a handful of countries have been successful at it. Here we examine some that have embraced a visionary approach—and why others haven't.
Here are nine strategies that can overcome PPM stagnation and enable the dynamic, agile operations your organization needs to be more competitive—and your project managers need to avoid losing their minds.
Project managers must increasingly navigate more complex and dynamic environments to deliver their projects successfully. Here we look at some of the biggest challenges our profession faces in this modern era—and share strategies to overcome them.
While plans constantly change, the act of planning is still a strategic use of time — for the many decisions and discussions that it helps to facilitate among stakeholders, and for establishing a baseline that can be improved upon along the way.
This paper aims to share a strategic perspective on capital allocation and how leveraging this capability, in collaboration with the corporate transformation office or project management office and corporate finance, portfolio managers can successfully steer organizations in pursuing value creation and maximizing shareholder value.
As a C-Level executive, you are responsible for managing complex projects that require extensive coordination and careful planning to ensure success. But there is a lot more to project management than just making sure everyone is on the same page.
Just when we thought it was clear sailing ahead…wham! More tough times gave a gut punch to businesses on a global scale that many say will last through the year. What should CIOs focus on to navigate these rough waters?
Not appreciating the differences between PPM and SPM—and falling victim to strategic portfolio management myths—will decrease your odds of success. Let’s clear up some of these common misconceptions (and address those pesky watermelons...).