Organisational agility is being promoted as the ‘silver bullet’ to create value and eliminate project failures, but methodologies, standard operating procedures and organisational maturity also underpin success, writes Dr Lynda Bourne.
Many project managers close to ‘retirement’ age saw the birth of modern project management and the proliferation of methodologies, education and standards. Does this make them better equipped for project management today? asks editor Adeline Teoh.
Project managers are the key drivers of how an organisation implements an enterprise resource planning (ERP) project. Choosing the right methodology is just as important as the right software, writes Oliver Clissold.
The project management industry has matured and grown significantly over the past 15 years, but a large number of projects still fail. Why is this the case? Jeroen Bolluijt and Brett Nan Tie believe a lack of data is part of the reason.
Elissa Farrow on how to use William Bridges’ Managing Transition model for change, where people over time become aware of the new situation and the changes that come with that, and work to a new beginning.