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CultureThatWorks

A Structured Approach To Transformational Change

IT or Business transformation calls for a structured approach with a 5 step framework:

  • Strategy
  • Value capture
  • Capabilities
  • Culture
  • Road-map

Are Business Applications Popping Up In Your Environment?

Scoring Pains: Should You Use Business Drivers or Business Outcomes To Score Your Projects?

Business Drivers are any important part of a business such has cost, capital expenditures, marketing, custom support or superior products, etc… They are Touch Points that influences an organization’s value.

Business Outcomes are items that the customer deems important and that addresses the customer pain points or an opportunity to enhance the customer’s perspective. Think Customer Focus, Getting the Customer’s Journey and Experience Right.

Are You More Like A Project or Portfolio Manager?

Project Managers are like: A Music Conductor of a small ensemble – they coordinate with all the players to deliver a solid performance.

Portfolio Manager are like: An NFL Scout – Reviewing, finding and selecting the right mix of players to give the team a winning chance to make it to the Super Bowl.

Check out this training session to learn how.

PPM Training

Strategy Scoring Matrix

Whether you have a small or large business, you’re making investments to develop new products or services to accomplish your goals and objectives. Learning to use the Strategy Scoring Matrix can help you determine where you should allocate your limited resources of time and money while generating the greatest return on your investments.

The Top 11 Common Workplace Culture Mistakes

Even in the best of circumstances, there are pitfalls and mistakes people and organizations make when attempting to develop a culture that works. In this video I’ll discuss the top 11 common workplace culture mistakes that companies make when implementing a culture change in their organization.

To learn more, click here:

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The History of Portfolio Management

After the great depression, investment diversification became the cry of the decade. It also became the mantra in music, and the Bass instrument led the way. Check out my video to learn what the history of Portfolio Management has in common with the electric Bass.

 

Different Music, Different Projects

What does playing different types of Basses have in common with Critical Path, Agile and Critical Chain Project Methodologies?

The Power of Portfolio Mix Strategies

7 Principles For Developing A Culture That Works

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