October 19, 2017 | Knowledge | Dr. David Hillson

Optimize Project Performance using Risk-Based Stakeholder Analysis

Are your stakeholders advocates, hindrances, or something in-between?

Most project managers understand that stakeholders possess and exercise various forms of power in the context of a project. The position adopted by stakeholders is likely to have a significant effect on whether or not a project succeeds, and stakeholders …

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  • October 8, 2017 | Resources

    6 Must-Reads About The Future of Work

    Recent opinions, perspectives and research

    The future of work is here, and it is also emerging before our eyes. Companies are adopting technologies that automate routine tasks (think chatbots, for example), and they are increasing the use of artificial intelligence, automation, robotics, and related tech …

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  • October 3, 2017 | Interviews

    Esther Choy on Storytelling for Business Success

    There are techniques to storytelling, and businesspeople can learn them

    Everyone loves a great story. Stories help us to connect with others more effectively, whether one-on-one or in a group. This is as true in the business context as anywhere else. But what, precisely, makes for a great story, and …

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  • September 21, 2017 | Knowledge | Dr. David Hillson

    Ten Things Every Business Needs To Know

    Risk and uncertainty are a part of business. Here’s how to face them head-on.

    Everyone knows that “business hates uncertainty.” Uncertainty poses clear threats to business, but it also contains significant opportunities. Sources of uncertainty must be understood so that these threats and opportunities can be effectively managed, allowing us to avoid and minimize …

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  • September 14, 2017 | Insights | Barbara A. Trautlein

    The Future of Work is Here, and Leaders Must Be Change Intelligent®

    These three capabilities are key for success in the new world of work

    Contemplating “the future of work” is both exciting and daunting. Now and in the future, compared to our parents, we have a vast array of choices over how we work, where we work, when we work, and with whom we …

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