Tag: Change Management

Leadership & Career Development, Management

How to Transition to Different Industry Sectors in Your Client Base

February 28, 2024

Via: Entrepreneur

“Stay in your lane.” We hear it all the time now — in our professional lives, in our personal lives, in our relationships. It’s a turn of phrase that advises us to stick to what we know, guides us to […]

Management, Strategy & Planning

How to make co-innovation work for your business

May 24, 2022

Via: Venture Beat

Like innovation before it, co-innovation is quickly becoming both corporate buzzword and gospel. By partnering with tech companies to harness the power of emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and big data, co-innovation has been heralded as essential to future success […]

Management, Proposal Management

Leading Change: The Project Management Office (PMO)

February 25, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

Not wanting to “staff up” or disrupt ongoing business, leaders face three choices: (1) over-burden an existing functional team, (2) hire an outside consulting firm, or (3) anoint an internal task force. Whether you form a task force, committee, project […]

Management, Strategy & Planning

ERP Change Management: How to Do It Right

April 26, 2019

Via: Business 2 Community

Change is easy (or hard) Change. The word only has six letters, but invokes all sorts of emotions. Sometimes we crave it, sometimes we don’t. I remember when Windows 95 came out. It was a major event! People couldn’t wait […]

Management, Proposal Management

Leadership and Change Management

October 3, 2018

Via: Business 2 Community

Change is difficult. We know this. Whether in business, personal life or international geopolitics, the sweep of revolutionary change can be painful, confusing and full of hardship. But change is also inevitable—a fundamental part of the nature of life. It’s […]