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Insights | 05 May 2020

The nature of modern work is always changing. It’s more global, more uncertain, more automated and more dependent on software. So for business leaders who want to leverage the power of strategic change, they need to investigate new trends and quantify their potential returns. We’ve scoured the market and uncovered three new trends in change management that may have broad ...

Insights | 21 April 2020

There’s a line in Yuval Noah Harari’s book Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind that is more poignant today than ever: “In order to change an existing imagined order, we must first believe in an alternative imagined order.” Everywhere we look right now, the order of things is changing. Is that a challenging or even frightening realisation? Of course. But it’s ...

Insights | 11 November 2019

The last 12 months has seen an accelerated paradigm shift in the way that organisations view, respond to and implement Agile transformations. Agile as a project delivery framework (now well into its third decade) was traditionally technology-led but has now become commoditised. Despite all the fanfare, it hasn’t all been roses with several well-publicised failures blamed on ...

Insights | 11 November 2019

I met with the Chairman of a large membership-based company last year. One of the questions I asked was, ‘Who owns the company’s culture?” His answer was, “The Board”. Boards can foster long-term shareholder value by deepening their understanding of their company’s culture and placing it on the Board agenda. This ensures management is forging a culture that is ...

Insights | 20 August 2019

Like all successful leaders, heads of PMOs must possess both hard and soft skills in order to thrive. Similarly, elevation into leadership roles often comes based on hard skills alone. This can lead to that state of cognitive dissonance well known to anyone in business: “What got you here, won’t get you there.” So how can PMO leaders ensure they have the right (and full) ...

Insights | 20 August 2019

In today’s world, progress is measured in months. Sometimes less. I’m curious to see how long it will be before our super computers look like an abacus, the most advanced surgical methods appear barbaric and our current energy sources will seem like using a candle. We only need to look back a few decades to the generations who lived without the technologies we take for ...

Insights | 05 July 2019

The ability to rapidly adapt to new challenges and emerging competition isn’t just about survival; it’s competitive advantage. With disruption now a regular business condition, the challenge is to de-risk change and to get ahead so the competition reacts to you - not the other way around. For a long time, organisational change was likened to the transition a caterpillar ...

Insights | 05 July 2019

I recently invited the team at PM-Partners to review our company values. I did this so we can collectively acknowledge that these values are at the core of our decision making - the way we interact with each other and the way we network. When values are shared, it builds internal cohesion among all teams in the business. If all staff are working together and to their full ...

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