“Management” Tag

Every organisation has their individual needs in a world where considering and implementing change is becoming the norm. This requires a diversity of skills and perspectives to support strategy, design, and implementation outcomes.  These are some of those perspectives. Organisational transformation Never...

In management discussions, we often talk about culture and how important a strong, vibrant culture is to the success of an organisation.  I have been thinking about this lately, particularly after coming across a business where the culture was lacking...

As management practitioners of all things ICT and business change, us IPers read with note recently that the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) recently held their annual ball, and that it was a masquerade ball. Now all sorts of thoughts...

In continuing my series of blogs on Project Assurance I was in the process of writing one on Project Assurance Framework when I was asked by one of my colleague what did I mean by Framework. I was taken by surprise by...

Management Guru, Peter Drucker once stated that Time is the scarcest resource; and unless it is managed, nothing else can be managed. There was a discussion raised in a LinkedIn discussion forum recently (let me know if you want to know which...

What is the trend for the best performing Supply Chains, today and into the Future? We finished off the last report with “a given” to all in attendance that change was necessary, and that some part of the organization back home...

The latest ERP or IT implementation failure has hit the news. This one is from the US and cost the company an estimated US$440M! Apart from the attraction of a disaster story then why should this really be of any relevance...