While organisations acknowledge the importance of culture to business success, it’s often ignored as an enabler of change. Here Senior Consultant Salleh Anuar discusses why and how culture should take the lead in your next transformation effort.
There are project management offices (PMOs) that constantly need to justify their existence and others that are successful and thriving. Download our free checklist and we’ll take you through the questions you need to answer to improve your PMO’s reputation. DOWNLOAD CHECKLIST
As 2021 draws to a close, our experts reflect on how the world of project delivery has shifted and share their take on what 2022 has in store – with insights from Dominic Frost, CEO; Stephen Parry, Head of Singapore; Matt Sharpe, Agile Practice Lead/ Principal Consultant; Mike Boutel, Head of Training and Nicola Stephens,
As project management offices mature, they move from a bureaucratic cost centre to a value-driven asset. Embarking on a PMO maturity journey can unlock the value of your PMO and drive it towards a more supportive, strategic role.
For many project-led or project-focused organisations, the project management office is synonymous with a centre of excellence (CoE). In reality, however, some organisations set up a standalone centre of excellence rather than having a full-service PMO, and some set up the CoE as a separate function to the PMO. Here we unravel what a CoE
With the shift to hybrid work and digital disruption gathering pace, now’s the time for savvy project and programme managers to harness the potential of project management tools to elevate their projects – or risk being left behind.
As more organisations embrace new ways of working to solve problems, project managers need a suitcase of soft skills to swiftly pivot, drive change and maintain momentum. Arm yourself for the future and make sure your resume has these top three soft skills for project management success.
The number of organisations taking a hybrid approach to managing and delivering projects has increased. Here’s why customising your project management framework to reflect this will better support project success.
Unpredictability and flux may be the new status quo but there is plenty leaders can do when it comes to helping employees deal with change in the workplace. Taking steps to address the psychological safety of your employees at every stage of the change process is a good place to start.
60-70% of organisational change projects fail. Various studies show that this failure rate has stayed constant from the 1970s to the present day. Why is this? Here are our 11 most common failings – avoiding them is first step to improving your odds of success.