Oct 13 2021
5 Tips for Successful Change Management
Sep 28 2021
Lessons Learned: Keeping Participants Engaged during Virtual Meetings
Sep 21 2021
Strategic Annual Planning
Sep 13 2021
Lesson Learned: Understanding Project Requirements
Aug 25 2021
5 Tips for Leading Impactful Meetings
Jul 29 2021
5 Tips for Successful Implementation of a Project Management System
|5 Tips for Successful Change Management||Oct 13 2021|
|Lessons Learned: Keeping Participants Engaged during Virtual Meetings||Sep 28 2021|
|Strategic Annual Planning||Sep 21 2021|
|Lesson Learned: Understanding Project Requirements||Sep 13 2021|
|5 Tips for Leading Impactful Meetings||Aug 25 2021|
|5 Tips for Successful Implementation of a Project Management System||Jul 29 2021|
Elements of a Strong Echosystem for Organizational Resilience
You’ve heard us say it many times – we believe when looking to solve a problem, you must look far outside the problem at the broader vision of an organization taking all factors into account or as we like to call it the “Echosystem”. In this current climate, where organizations are having to constantly pivot, adapt & problem-solve to sustain & thrive, this concept is more important than ever. Looking far beyond a project’s lifestyle or scope at the entire ecosystem to achieve long term sustainability.
Benefits of a Gemba Kaizen Approach to Project Management
What is Gemba Kaizen and what benefits does this approach have on project management?
Rather than Aiming to Minimize Failure - We Maximize Practice to Achieve Success.
Too many IT projects fail. The reasons projects fail are well documented: lack of communication, lack of scope definition, lack of change management, lack of executive buy-in, lack of resources, and the list goes on. There are dozens of project and product management methodologies, hundreds of project management systems, and countless tools, tactics, certifications etc….. and yet projects still fail regularly (~20% according to Gartner in 2019). Traditional/Waterfall and Agile are still the most well-known project management methodologies, but there are many other flavors like Scrum, Kanban, SAFe, LEAN, SixSigma, PRINCE2, XP, DevOps and many (many) more. All are similarly focused on successful delivery of a desirable outcome. Despite their admirable