Winning with Value-Focused Analytics
Three steps to extract maximum value from analytics.
Capitalizing on the Difference Between Project Management and Project Leadership
A guide to who should be doing what in your business plan.
Ordinary to Extraordinary: Turning Common Practices into Best Practices
Because no one gets ahead by working hard to be ordinary.
Who’s Next? Cultivating the Next Generation of Leaders
How to avoid the leadership gap with proper planning and training.
Release Management Meets Social Media
Capitalizing on social technology to increase communication and engagement.
Necessity Breeds Creativity in the Mobile Data Debate
How our thirst for data is creatively paving the way for progress.
Implementation Innovation: Leveraging Social Media to Drive Adoption and Collaboration
Harness the power of social media to create a real-time community for training and support.
Gaining Visibility into Enterprise IT Security
Identifying and avoiding the common security pitfalls that can cripple organizations.
Don’t Bag Service-Oriented Architecture: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
An examination of getting the most out of service-oriented architecture.
Taking Business Lessons from Pinterest
It’s not just for pictures ... what business can borrow from Pinterest.
The Finite Market Approach
Solve anything by applying this principle.
Embracing Practicality in Program Management
Follow these steps for embracing practicality to ensure program success.
Big Data Isn’t a Big Problem
Insights on how to make analytics a competitive advantage.
Product Management: A Comprehensive Approach
A holistic approach to product management for today’s enterprise releases.
Surviving the M&A Rollercoaster
Best practices for acquisition successes and avoiding common failures.
Winners Lead from the Middle: Linking Vision to Value
How to use your place in the “middle” to leverage the adoption and execution of business strategy
The Case for Strengths-Based Team Management
Insight into how success and fulfillment can be predicated on our strengths rather than our weaknesses.
Alignment: Five Things You Need to Get Right Before You Start (Anything)
When not properly aligned, your business is like your back — painful.