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The Olympics, Coaching and Elevating Your Project Success

13 October

As I write this article, the London Summer Olympics have just wrapped up, giving the world another spectacular show. But looking past the pomp and circumstance and having one of the preeminent world cities as a backdrop, it all comes down to the athletes themselves dazzling us with their efforts and accomplishments. Think about some […]

Creating a Project Management Culture

13 September

Projects are becoming a critical part of corporate success yet research tells us that most projects do not fully succeed. According to the 2004 PriceWaterhouseCoopers Survey of 10,640 projects valued at $7.2 billion, across a broad range of industries, large and small, only 2.5% of global businesses achieve 100% project success and over 50% of […]

Improving your capability to execute change A Leadership Issue

13 January

In 2001 Larry Bossidy stated ‘My job at Honeywell International these days is to restore the discipline of execution to a company that had lost it. Many people regard execution as detail work that’s beneath the dignity of a business leader. That’s wrong. To the contrary, it’s a leader’s most important job.’ As a consultant […]