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Strategic Planning

Project Management

Assumptions The Silent Assassin

Recently, I’ve had the chance to work in a number of projects that were at a crucial point of implementing, aka. “the business end”. This period of time in any project is hectic to say the least.

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Business Improvement

The elephant in the room

It’s that time of year again, we spend the lead up to the end of financial year, thinking, talking and planning for new year ahead. How to increase sales, get new clients, grow and expand, among other

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Does strategy matter?

Of course, the immediate response is “YES!” As business people, we’ve been told continuously that we need a strategy to know where we are heading. But why is it that we don’t always get strategy right? Here

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Holiday Wishes

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Shops and houses are decorated, toy sales have started and Christmas Carols are playing in the stores. Something my family enjoys doing at this time of the year is

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Emotional Intelligence

Picture this. The project manager calls a meeting but they are late, grumpy, don’t make eye contact, don’t listen to participants, become angry when questioned or challenged, thump the table and then leave. The team are left

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Star Wars has taught me well

Like the characters from Star Wars, we spend our professional and personal lives being presented with problems that need to be solved and decisions that need to be made. Do we buy a house here? Do we

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Business Processes – The Quiet Winners

Business processes and other documents are often overlooked for the value they create and deliver for organisations. So, how are these documents become quiet winners and what are the benefits in spending time and money in creating

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