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  • Why Great Ideas Fail and How to Make Sure They Don't

    By Vargas, Ricardo Viana | Conforto, Edivandro Carlos | Oumarou, Tahirou Assane To reduce failure rates and successfully deliver strategies in 2020 and beyond, organizations must overcome disruptive forces and flip posing challenges to opportunities and advantages. It all…

  • Contract manager

    By Bellec, Martial | Cottard, Olivier Contract management becomes strategic for many companies exposed to complex projects. The scope of contract management has strongly evolved in the last ten years. It now becomes more mature and…

  • Blending Agile and Waterfall

    By Rodov, Alexander | Teixidó, Jordi In this paper, the authors present their hypothesis that in the future, projects will use a combination of agile practices, with a traditional approach, usually associated with waterfall projects.…

  • Crowd advisory in projects and programs

    By Khan, Muhammad Ehsan This paper extends the concept of crowdsourcing by proposing the notion that organizations should develop, or utilize, knowledge platforms available within the organization that dig into data, as…

  • Leading virtual project teams

    By Pullan, Penny | Prokopi, Evi A project professional of today lives in an increasingly virtual world, resulting in the need to lead virtual projects. The dynamics of a remote team requires project managers to communicate with…

  • Next Generation Project Management Software

    By Barbero, Maria Cristina | Harrin, Elizabeth | Romano, Luca | Colasuonno, Francesco | Siani, Niccolo Digitalisation does not necessarily equal higher productivity and corporate success. The emerging Project Management Office (PMO) software market lacks a cohesive approach to standardisation and…

  • Case Fennia

    By Isotalo, Anne | Nurminen, Joni Fennia is a small, Finnish mutual insurance company where all development projects are in the same portfolio. Their project management office (PMO) was founded in 2008 and it has had traditional PMO…

  • Scaling agility

    By Petit, Yvan | Hobbs, Brian Agile approaches have been primarily applied to projects in what is referred to as the "agile sweet spot," which consists of small, colocated teams working on small, non-critical projects. This…

  • Greatness, a Place beyond Stakeholders' Expectations

    By Deguire, Manon Managing stakeholder engagement calls upon something quite different from process groups and domains of knowledge, it calls upon the ability to create emotional responses such as enthusiasm, trust,…

  • Data Visualization for Business Analysts

    By Hansen, Nadia Data visualization is critical for technical and operational-savvy business analysts who juggle multiple projects at a time. Both analysts and project managers tend to understand the business…

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