Information governance for BI projects
An information governance group is one mechanism to ensure a common language or standard definition of business words is used across the organisation. Cameron Johnson provides a case for how this group can be used in business intelligence projects.
Product versus work breakdown structure
What’s the difference between PBS and WBS? asks Pat Weaver. While the product breakdown structure and work breakdown structure look very similar, they serve different needs. Both have important roles to play in the project planning and control process.
Project-led change versus transformational change
There is a distinct difference between project change control and organisational change management. We have a good idea of how to manage conventional change but struggle with transformation. Dr Lynda Bourne explains how to approach each scenario.