Is Your Project Failing? Identify Scope Risks in 8 Ways

Scope risks push projects towards failure. There can be two reasons—you lack knowledge about the scope or you do not know how to identify risks. This could land your project in serious trouble. In this article at Project Risk Coach, Harry Hall discusses 8 ways you can identify scope risks in your project. What Are Scope Risks and How to Identify Them Events and conditions that can create a significant positive or negative impact on …

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How will AI Increase Business for Industries?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be incorporated into businesses more as organizations strive to accommodate the new technology. A survey report published in 2018 by Narrative Science and the National Business Research Institute states that 60 percent companies have already integrated AI. They are trying out further avenues as well. In this article at TechRepublic, Jonathan Greig discusses how the technology can increase businesses for industries. AI Increasing Business As per 2018 Gartner surveys, AI will …

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How Risks Can Make or Break Brand Value

Risks are threats that are yet to become issues. With new technologies empowering customers, neglecting risks can affect your company’s brand value too. Facebook learned it the hard way. In this article at InformationWeek, John Edwards shared the views of Steven Minsky, the CEO of enterprise risk management software provider LogicManager, in this regard. Playing with Risks Minsky, the author of “The State of Risk Management in 2018,” opines that companies are experiencing a “see-through …

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Are You Confident About GDPR Compliance? These CIOs Are

The GDPR regulation will come into effect today. 70 percent of CIO 100 members are sure they are complying with the regulations or are confident about their progress. In this article at CIO, Thomas Macaulay gives you a glimpse of what the CIOs are thinking about the new regulation. Going the GDPR Way While the majority of CIOs have confidence with the GDPR strategy, 4 percent are doubtful and 1 percent fear failure. Elizabeth Denham, …

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Every individual is…

Every individual is an exception to the rule.   -Carl G. Jung, Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, founder of analytical psychology

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Program and Portfolio Management: 5 Trends

Program and portfolio managers can no longer use predictive models to carry on with project goals till the end. The market dynamics compel projects to be extremely agile and disruptive. Gartner’s “Survey Analysis: PPM Leadership in the Era of Digital Business Requires Speed, Change and Collaboration” conveys that 87 percent of organizations believe that rate of change is becoming faster. Additionally, 89 percent responded that project lifecycles are speeding up as well. In this article …

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4 Amazing Ways Leaders Can Appreciate Employees

Leaders should treat employees with utmost care, as their effort allows visions to become reality. A returned smile too can boost morale. To realize benefits, you must make more efforts, though. In this article at the Enterprisers Project, Robert Pischke shares 4 amazing ways you can win hearts of the employees. 4 Ways to Appreciate Employees To boost employee morale and productivity, you must ramp up the office space. To help employees get up to …

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How CIOs Can Build Future-Proof Organizations

CIOs play a pivotal role in making a company future-proof. The key differentiator is that they think technology and processes from a strategic point of view that is based in the future. They also are key enablers that encourage teams to take ownership of their products or services. In this article at CIO, Myles F. Suer talks about how CIOs strive to build a future-proof organization. Futuristic CIOs Depending on CIOs, organizations define their technological …

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How the New IT Automation Is Both Lean and Effective

Enterprise automation tools like ERP systems, CRM applications, and product lifecycle management software are big IT initiatives that need large investments. As per Gartner, global spending on enterprise software is going to spike up to 9.5 percent, i.e., from $355 billion in 2017 to $389 billion in 2018. However, with RPA, machine learning, and NLP systems, automation will cease to be a big investment with longer break-even points. In this article at strategy+business, Dan Priest …

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Quick Learning of ITSM Basics

Enough has been said and done about IT service management (ITSM). Internet is loaded with guide books, definitions, instances and courses for amateur users. But still many find it difficult to consume all this information. In this article at ITSM.Tools, Emma Jocelyn shares her personal experience and learning about ITSM basics to help you understand if you are following the right approach. ITSM Awareness The author shares when she wanted to change her career, it …

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