As strategic initiatives increase in complexity and scale, organizations are adopting a program management approach – combining related projects under an overall program rather than engaging in isolated individual projects.
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Recent neuroscientific research shows that the brain experiences every change as a threat. Hence the difficulty of sustainable change. It behooves each organization to adapt a strategy execution framework tailored to its own unique context, maturity level, culture and objectives. But how?
For many years now, constant change has characterized the economic climate. Ever-increasing competitive pressure, globalization, and pervasive, disruptive technology compound to create an atmosphere of uncertainty. In this fast-paced environment, engaging people and managing change in the workplace can be unpredictable.
Engaging people and managing change in the workplace remains unpredictable. Over the past 10 years, awareness of the impact of change – both to people and of people undergoing a transformation – has grown amongst organizations.
While human bodies respond readily to continuous changes in their physical environment, human beings themselves often actively resist change both psychologically and emotionally.
Evaluating the performance and progress of projects, programs or change efforts relative to an organization’s stated goals is an integral part of effective strategic initiative management.
Projects and programs are the way organizations turn ideas and business strategies into business benefits. Organizational management of those projects and programs tend to evolve over time from approaches that can be unstructured and ad hoc to highly integrated and sustaining endeavours – resulting in increased success rates.
For many years now, constant change has characterized the economic climate. Ever-increasing competitive pressure, globalization, and pervasive, disruptive technology compound to create an atmosphere of uncertainty.
Projects and programs are the way organizations turn ideas and business strategies into business benefits. In our global business environment, an ever-increasing number of organizations recognize the value of investing human and financial resources in developing exceptional program management expertise and discipline.
If your organization resembles most, it tackles more and more strategic projects every year, both on a short-term and long-term basis. Many consume precious resources yet fail to generate commensurate business results.