Showing 5 posts in: Governance

Jan 11, 2010

How Are We Doing?

Posted by Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin in Culture & Change Management, Project & Program Management, Governance, Performance Measurement, Project Management Office (PMO), Strategy Execution | 0 Comments

Around here, we believe in baselining ... otherwise, you can't tell if you are making any progress. The start of a new year seems an appropriate time to look around at the business environment, as well as our internal organizational environment, and make a few resolutions based on a clear-eyed view of present circumstances.Looking… Read More »

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Around here, we believe in baselining ... otherwise, you can't tell if you are making any progress. The start of a new year seems an appropriate time to look around at the business environment, as well as our internal organizational environment, and make a few resolutions based on a clear-eyed view of present circumstances.Looking… Read More »

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Jun 25, 2009

More On Governance and the PMO

Posted by Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin in Governance, Portfolio Management, Project Management Office (PMO) | 1 Comment

I'd like to tie those last two posts together with a couple of thoughts engendered by listening to Kent's keynote, and by some of the conversations I shared with PMO directors at the Summit."Governance" is in danger of becoming a buzzword. It's one of those ideas that many corporate leaders accept… Read More »

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I'd like to tie those last two posts together with a couple of thoughts engendered by listening to Kent's keynote, and by some of the conversations I shared with PMO directors at the Summit."Governance" is in danger of becoming a buzzword. It's one of those ideas that many corporate leaders accept… Read More »

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Jun 7, 2009

Governance: Taking It From the Top

Posted by J. Kent Crawford in Culture & Change Management, Governance | 1 Comment

I had the pleasure of delivering the keynote address at the CBP Summit this year, on the subject of PMO Governance. And, because the topic of governance always touches on areas in organizations where our assumptions rule ... where things that "can't" be questioned (but should be) take up residence ... I thought I'd kick… Read More »

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I had the pleasure of delivering the keynote address at the CBP Summit this year, on the subject of PMO Governance. And, because the topic of governance always touches on areas in organizations where our assumptions rule ... where things that "can't" be questioned (but should be) take up residence ... I thought I'd kick… Read More »

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May 20, 2009

Overheard at the Summit

Posted by Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin in Culture & Change Management, Governance, Performance Measurement, Project Management Office (PMO), Site News | 3 Comments

Eavesdropping on the attendees at the CBP Summit here in sunny Cambridge, Mass yielded the following gems:"Project management is like a 'black art' to the executives ... no one understands how it works. They kind of want it but are scared of it at the same time.""This merger is a little different, because they… Read More »

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Eavesdropping on the attendees at the CBP Summit here in sunny Cambridge, Mass yielded the following gems:"Project management is like a 'black art' to the executives ... no one understands how it works. They kind of want it but are scared of it at the same time.""This merger is a little different, because they… Read More »

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Dec 16, 2008

2009: Thoughts from - and for - the C-Level

Posted by J. Kent Crawford in Governance, Project Management Office (PMO), Strategy Execution | 1 Comment

Whew! These are some challenging times. As I read the news daily I am struck by the fact that our economic woes are primarily management failures - failures in the areas of governance and strategy. This only inspires me to redouble my efforts to spread the word about integrating the strategic level of organizations with… Read More »

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Whew! These are some challenging times. As I read the news daily I am struck by the fact that our economic woes are primarily management failures - failures in the areas of governance and strategy. This only inspires me to redouble my efforts to spread the word about integrating the strategic level of organizations with… Read More »

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