Change Management

Change is inevitable and accelerating. Organizations that manage it effectively will pull ahead of their competition. Change initiatives are time consuming and costly, but by approaching change management with a disciplined approach, organizations can survive and thrive.

  • PM Network

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    By Knudson, Terri While picking apples last year, the old saying "one bad apple can spoil the whole bunch" came to mind. I probably recalled it at the time because some work activities were bringing the metaphor to…

  • PM Network

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    By Jones, Tegan Purpose-driven projects have the potential to change the world. With a clear mission and careful planning, project teams can solve society's biggest problems, leaving an impact that will last for…

  • Project Management Journal

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    By Worsnop, Thomas We studied the interplay between open and closed innovation at Crossrail, Europe's largest civil engineering project -- aiming to build a suburban railway system in London. Our findings suggest that…

  • Project Management Journal

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    By Lundin, Rolf A. In Project Society, organizing by projects plays a prominent role. This type of society is already here, but projectification continues to lead developments and transformations along a set of paths…

  • PM Network

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    By Burba, Donovan When a merger or acquisition deal is sealed, months of negotiations between executives end. But then the real work begins: integrating two organizations' systems, processes and cultures to quickly…


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