It might sound counter-intuitive to link rituals with innovation, but experience shows the two actually go hand-in-hand. Here are Ivan Seselj’s eight suggestions to make it happen in your organisation.
Ineffective project governance causes more project failures than ineffective project management. It is therefore up to the project manager to ensure success rather than just supervise delivery’, writes Jed Simms.
Leaders need access to information and a degree of empathy from their peers and senior leadership to successfully fulfil their duties as change leaders, writes Elissa Farrow. Here’s how to support them.
Senior leaders are often taken for granted and expected to be more resilient than lower level managers and staff, without the same support mechanisms. Elissa Farrow believes this affects project success.
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.
One of the most important metrics to measure your work, or your team’s work, is to see how productive the person is. Productivity is good for completing tasks, but it’s not necessarily a success metric, argues Pavel Aramyam.