The month I arrived in Czechoslovakia marked the novaturient beginning of the end of Soviet rule in Yugoslavia. Refugees flooded Prague, Bratislava, and Zilina with uncertain faces. And more change was coming, tracing its way down the Danube, galloping headlong into a melee of bullets careering across Zenica and Brcko.Read More
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In this exponential future accelerating toward us, how can executives implement their strategies through projects successfully, consistently, and predictably? The answer is "SIMPLE," the "Strategy Implementation Maturity Protocol for Learning Enterprises." See https://lnkd.in/eMKAV-e
In the year 2000, I asked our team to deploy a survey to gauge how well organizations align their projects to business strategy (such that projects are designed to achieve formulated strategy), the first time PMI sponsored such a survey. Have organizations become more capable of implementing their strategies through projects over the years?Read More
We created the world’s most widely known industry standards pertaining to implementing strategies through projects. Standards represent prevailing practices, paradigms or frameworks whose authority is asserted, or abstractions contrived to enable interaction and collaboration.Read More
Implementing organizational strategies through projects is the management paradigm of the 21st century.Read More