This two-part article looks at how a globally operating organization can leverage that multi-location presence to deliver a more effective and efficient pandemic recovery. In Part 1, we set the context and consider the variables an organization must prepare for.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has launched global economic confusion. Enterprise awareness and understanding the current economical context are two main drivers to move forward successfully. Here are some strategic questions to keep in mind.
Creating a simple, well-understood purpose that team members can get behind is critical on every project. In part two of our series on innovation teams, we share a framework for building your team’s commitment to a goal, encompassing vision, value, metrics, obstacles and measures.
Even as the world economy and individual business deal with the fallout of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, leaders need to get focused on how to build a better organization going forward. Here are some questions to ask and areas of investment to consider.
The logical and illogical ramifications of the pandemic will change how we work in large and small ways. At a macroeconomic level, the business case for many projects will change. At the project level, what might change?
Savvy organizations are going to be taking a hard look at their crisis and disaster preparedness status—and the smart ones are going to embark on initiatives that address a broad range of “What if” situations that, should they occur, would severely impact and even threaten their continued existence.
Organizations are soon going to be able to look past the current crisis and plan how to recover as effectively and efficiently as possible...and PMOs have to be part of that solution.
How can PMs navigate difficulties beyond their immediate control? By exploring the value of cultivating foresight methods and a futures-oriented mindset, PMs and their team members are better prepared to navigate an increasingly complex organizational and global landscape.
When business priorities change, projects get put on hold. As the project manager, you might then have to take on a different project. But how should you manage and report a project that is paused? Read these tips for moving a project to “on hold” status.
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.