• 10 Ways NOT to Do Change Management

    Have you ever had a change initiative go horribly wrong? If you’re guilty of one of these, you might have found your reason.

  • Partner with Disruptors to Transform Your Business

    Michael Docherty, CEO, Venture2, learned a lot about innovation while part of the turnaround team at Sunbeam Corp. What it takes to embrace transformative innovation.

  • How Much Code Do You Need to Collaborate These Days?

    These days rapid application development can be found everywhere, and seemingly has infected every corporate department.

  • Signs Your Team is Misusing Email for Collaboration

    One of the biggest mistakes teams still make is using email as a general all-purpose tool for all kinds of inappropriate collaboration methods.

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  • 5 Techniques for Mending Fences Between IT and Business

    Five techniques to close the gap, foster better relationships, and mend fences between Business and IT.

  • How to Tell if a Team Member’s Workload is Too High

    Is your gut telling you that the workload should be manageable but your employee is insisting that it’s not? Here are steps to take.

  • What’s the Right Speed for IT?

    A Deloitte report offers considerations for CIOs to keep in mind when forming expectations around speed that is business process-related, architectural, and organizational.

  • Business Process Improvement – 8 Pitfalls to Avoid for…

    Everyone agrees that business process improvement is a good idea in theory, but what does it take for it to be successful?

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  • Selecting the Right Goal Setting Protocol for Your Team (Part II)

    A look at Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), as well as the modern business hurdles none of the current goal-setting approaches seem to be able to solve.

  • PPM: Why Spreadsheets Are Yesterday’s News

    On a recent Gartner webinar, research analyst Teresa Jones explained how the PPM solution market now offers dozens of effective tools to replace the ubiquitous spreadsheet.