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How Can We Avoid Project Disasters?

Published in "Project Times" website, July, 2012 Click here for original article. Although I consult with clients globally on how to improve operational performance, I find the 80/20 of achieving bottom line business results traces back to a series of successful project/ program rollouts.  Thus, it is paramount I [...]

2022-09-07T07:55:08+00:00May 9, 2013|Categories: In The News, Project Management|

Project Management Coaching Best Practices

Published in "Project Times" website, August, 2012 Click here for original article. In speaking to an ExecSense audience recently about coaching, I realized that coaching is not only relevant to COOs but can be the difference between success and failure on any project or for any project leader. In [...]

2022-09-07T07:54:55+00:00May 9, 2013|Categories: In The News, Project Management|

Is Accountability a Key Component for Project Management?

Published in "Project Times" website, August, 2012 Click here for original article. Is accountability a key component to project management? Only if you want to succeed!  I often make the mistake of assuming that project leaders and team members understand the critical value of accountability (as I believe it [...]

2022-09-07T07:59:45+00:00May 9, 2013|Categories: In The News, Project Management|

Overloaded Project Manager? Here are 8 Simple Tips to Help!

Successful project management needs to start with an objective, get the right team in place and aggressively anticipate and manage roadblocks. Published in "Project Times" website, September, 2012 Click here for original article. Do you sit in project meetings? How about develop project plans? Report out to executives or [...]

6 Don’ts to Program Management Success

Published in "The ACA Group" website, November, 2010 Click here for original article. In today’s new normal business environment, leaders must do more with less – and deliver superior customer service at the same time. In my 20+ years of experience as an operations executive and global business consultant, [...]

2022-09-07T07:56:14+00:00May 9, 2013|Categories: In The News, Project Management|

Lessons Learned: Asking Questions isn’t Enough!

Published in "Project Times" website, October, 2012 Click here for original article. As a global business consultant, entrepreneur and operations strategist, I’ve seen countless business strategies, plans and projects succeed or fail based solely on what might be considered a nonessential question. On one hand, I’ve promoted that leaders [...]

2022-09-07T07:58:41+00:00May 9, 2013|Categories: In The News, Project Management|

Top Project Priorities to Leverage for 2013

Published in "Project Times" website, December, 2012 Click here for original article. In today’s new normal business environment, it is imperative to stay ahead of the pack. Only those companies that innovate will outperform their competition. Thus, it is even more critical to pay attention to the top project [...]

2022-09-07T07:59:54+00:00May 9, 2013|Categories: In The News, Project Management|

What’s the Secret Ingredient to Project Success?

Turn your thinking upside down and unlock the secret ingredient to success. Published in "Project Times" website, February, 2013 Click here for original article. Volatility is the new norm. Results must be an assumption as companies struggle for high growth rates, fight to find and retain top talent and [...]

2022-09-07T08:10:29+00:00May 9, 2013|Categories: In The News, Project Management|

Lost in the Culture Change Maze? 4 Strategies to Succeed

Navigating culture change is a requirement for success. Published in "Project Times" website, March, 2013 Click here for original article. In my 20+ years of experience as an operations executive, a global supply chain consultant and a non-profit trade association leader, I’ve found navigating culture change is a requirement [...]

How to Thrive in 2010’s “New Normal” Business Operations Environment

Published in "IndustryWeek" website, December, 2009 The business environment has changed and will not "return to normal"; instead, a "new normal" is emerging. The U.S. and the world economy have been in a recession for at least a year, and the media is starting to discuss a slow recovery. [...]

2022-11-22T15:43:36+00:00May 9, 2013|Categories: In The News, Manufacturing, Supply Chain|
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