Think back to your last project or initiative? How did it go? Did you respond well? How do you know it was a success? Perhaps you’ve heard rumors that everyone is using the system and that one manager that was vocal seems quiet now and, dare you say, happy. Or, perhaps your training surveys showed [...]
I came across an excellent article by Forbes titled: "Why Performance Management Fails," which discusses the challenges of performance management. In this case, the focus is on Human Resources (HR) or individual performance management and associated Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). The points [...]
Business processes that you rely on are as much assets to your organization as the physical ones you maintain for production. It appears the hot Enterprise Asset Management topics are all focused on operational excellence, business transformation and process optimization. How are organizations [...]
At times I struggle with the data behind various power-stats but this one from Workfront, Inc. stood out, and I believe to be true...
We’ve all heard about “company culture”. I’ll summarize here. It is the collective beliefs, values and principles of an organization’s employees. Every company has a culture no matter the size or number of employees.
In my 10 short years participating in large complex enterprise IT transformations that have taken me to the far side of the globe and back, I’ve observed my fair share of success and failure. These projects in some cases span years, demanding significant human and capital investment.