Integrate the human factor to improve project management
The reason why so many projects fail lies less in disciplined project management than in the irrational dimension that influences day-to-day action. How can we integrate this human factor?
Reinforce your collective execution skills
How to create the conditions for employees to work together effectively? By establishing a context that instills a sense of accountability and urgency to take action in the right direction!
Deploying your projects and ideas on a large scale
Once an idea or project has demonstrated its potential, what could be more logical than seeking to extend its reach? This “scaling-up” phase is an indispensable step, but a perilous one. How can you ensure the reliability of your large-scale deployments?
Management by objectives in the agile era
When management by objectives takes into account the constraints of the agile era, it remains a formidably effective tool. How can you help your teams choose and reach their objectives in a context of uncertainty and permanent change?
Among all the factors that contribute to the success or failure of transformation initiatives, the attitude of staff towards change is absolutely decisive. How can you convince them to engage in the effort towards transformation?
Get the most from your consultants
Businesses increasingly rely upon outside consultants, but are often disappointed with inconclusive results or difficult-to-manage relationships. How can you make the most of your consultants?
Rally the entire workforce for effective change management
What is the secret of the exemplary success of some (too few) transformation programs? Discover how to rally the energies of the whole workforce in order to manage change effectively.
Harness the power of habit to manage change successfully
Many change projects fail because people return to their former behavioral patterns. Yet this is not inevitable: how can one use habit as a supportive—rather than obstructive—change management driver?
Take action despite uncertainty
In a world in lasting crisis, the companies that fare the best are those that know how to act and learn at the same time. What operating modes should we adopt to implement this approach?
Use collective common sense to make more accurate forecasts
The “wisdom of crowds” turns out to be infinitely more reliable than individual common sense, and even than expert predictions. How to gather and capitalize on employees’ collective perception of the company's challenges?
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