As a follow-up on my blog post “Forget Disruption! Instead, focus on innovation and create results through good conflicts and innovation culture”, I think it could be interesting to give some examples of innovations that most of us know. Innovations that in many cases have been down to change the world.
Forget disruption! Instead, focus on innovation and create results through good conflicts and innovation culture
Most disruption consultants should stop talking and take action, and the words “disrupt or die” have been repeated several times. My message is: Forget disruption. Instead, focus on how you can create a foundation for innovation in your organization.
Interpersonal relationships and the ability to work together are crucial to a project’s success. Understanding the intentions behind the behaviour of others can provide common ground for collaboration across national borders and cultural diversity
Achieve win-win decisions in your projects Project managers can use the natural decision-making process to disarm and deal with resistance and conflicting opinions in a constructive and proactive manner and establish a win-win perspective that promotes cohesion and ownership in the project A survey among Danish project managers (Projektlederundersøgelsen 2014) showed that motivating project participants…
The procurement foundation contains essential elements that must be defined and accepted amongst key stakeholders of a procurement project prior to starting the procurement process. The more impact the IT system has in an organisation, the more important the foundation becomes.
This article provides a simple and powerful approach to establish a solid procurement foundation for IT procurement projects.
Retrospective generally means to take a look back at events that already have taken place and performing a retrospective is a natural part of all projects whether or not it is done formally or informally.
The process helps reduce tension and is motivating to the people involved.