The practice of outsourcing has long been favoured by many organisations, particularly for IT focused areas, but could this trend be coming to an end? Bruce Nixon sees more insourcing projects in the future.
Strong internal business processes give management the confidence projects will be done correctly and reliably, but organisations with robust internal processes are the exceptions, not the rule. Edward O’Brien on the five signs that suggest you need better processes.
Managing design for success of building and infrastructure projects is not just about the control of a creative process it is about delivering outcomes. Paul Sancandi on developing and implementing a design management process.
There are crucial disconnects between our process purpose—what our customers want and what our business needs—and the reports that purport to represent process performance. Robert Lamb provides 10 essential questions you should ask of your project processes.
“Lean must be viewed as a framework of comprehensive, integral system consisting of four interdependent elements: leadership, culture, team and practices and tools.” Prabesh Aryal reviews Gene Fliedner’s book on lean management.