Why Do We Need A Project Business Case?

Decision-making while starting a new project involves a series of steps. The most primary step is developing a business case to justify the worthiness of the project. This document is most likely to help the stakeholders in understanding the importance of the project and finding suitable resources for it. In this article at TechRepublic, Moira Alexander shares why is it essential to develop a sound business case to present to decision makers before any project …

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What Do You Miss While Driving Enterprise Transformation?

Goal setting is essential for every business or initiative to survive successfully. However, you also need a person or a resource that can drive or align your business towards the desired goal. This where strategic planning comes into play. In this article at ThoughtWorks, Dan McClure talks about the importance of having a person in place who can steer your business or digital transformations goals in the right direction. What’s the Point? The traditional business …

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4 Roles a PMO Plays in a Portfolio Management

A PMO in a company looks after project portfolio management. It categorizes projects and portfolios of similar nature or fields like technology, human resources, etc. It clubs them into a single project portfolio for better monitoring and governance. In this article at Chron.com, Chirantan Basu narrates how the PMO plays a significant role in a portfolio management. Streamlining Portfolio Management A company might have a lot of projects aiming to fulfill various company objectives. These …

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6 Ways Keeping a Journal Makes You a Better Leader

As a leader, your brain must process bits of information collected over time and align them with your experience. However, with the influx of digital organizers and social media, you feel provoked to like, reply, and share information at the drop of a hat. In this article at strategy+business, Eric J. McNulty narrates how a journal enhances your leadership abilities. 6 Journal Tips to a Leader In this fast-paced world, keeping a digital journal seems …

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3 Reasons Why Your Digital Initiatives Are Failing

Digital initiatives are revolutionizing work dynamics and businesses like ever before. 21% of 1,559 business leaders think they have successfully completed the digitization process. However, that is a misconception that CIOs hold. As per Forrester analyst Ted Schadler, digital transformation is an incremental progress. In this article at CIO, Clint Boulton reveals the 3 reasons why your digital initiatives are failing. 3 Misconceptions About Digital Initiatives Schadler opines that companies must continuously drive innovation and …

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Will GDPR Bring Down the Curtain on Blockchain?

After GDPR came into effect on May 25, 2018, industry leaders are wondering about its effect on innovative technologies like blockchain. In fact, the law has been created to empower users against data misuse during this digital transformation era. In this article at the Enterprisers Project, Laurianne McLaughlin talks about a way around GDPR. GDPR and Blockchain: The Way Around Red Hat evangelist Gordon Haff narrates that once a data goes on a blockchain, you …

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Governance in Digital Era: Future Needs

Governance is one of the most coveted terms in the IT industry. That is why many family-owned companies are practicing governance and benchmarking to counter their corporate rivals. But, conventional methods adopted by these family businesses restrict new innovations and talent. This will hamper their scope to flourish in the digital age. Therefore, the digital quotient of the venture should be aligned with its business plan. In this article at the Business Times, Jonathan Ho …

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Learn-at-Lunch: A Potential Approach to Save Time

With an aim to save cost and time, many firms are supplementing training and development with the new approach of ‘Learn-at-Lunch’. Occasionally using an hour of lunch for knowledge sharing can stimulate employee engagement. In this article at The Balance Careers, F. John Reh shares some productive ideas to implement this new approach in the organization. Time Investment Time is the most expensive investment for an organization and wasting precious working hours on training is …

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How to Conquer Project Roadblocks in 5 Easy Steps?

Delivering a successful project within the desired time frame is a well-defined journey. Like any voyage, even the project managers, who lead this journey, experience numerous roadblocks on their way. These roadblocks are mostly unpredictable and detour the project journey. Even though the project managers try hard to surpass these roadblocks by forming high-end strategies, some lessons are best learned the hard way. In this article, Elizabeth Harrin shares some major roadblocks the project managers …

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The Changing Attitude of CEO’s in 2018

With the rising technology disruption, the global business ecosystem is already plagued with many uncertainties in terms of cyber-attacks, economic growth, geopolitical behaviors, etc. One can always expect the C-suite executive to be tense and skeptical in such scenarios. However, their attitude is fast changing as per the latest year’s research reports. In this article at Strategy+Business, Art Kleiner talks about how optimism and trust have taken an edge over other aspects in a CEO’s …

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