In today’s post I consider barriers to effective communication. Although my focus is on leading change and project management the barriers to effective communication listed could equally apply to any area of business management.
In this article we show you how to use the SWOT analysis correctly using a simple explanation and example.
The SWOT analysis is a strategic planning tool for identifying and understanding the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats affecting a business, project or situation.
In 3 Reasons for Project Failure Martin Webster identified the common causes of project failure: poor project planning, a weak business case, and ineffective top-level management involvement. In this article we introduce a simple and effective way to start your project plan―showing you how to plan your project more effectively.
Why do too many projects fail to deliver their objectives even though project management best practices appear to be used? Evidently the use of project management best practices does not guarantee project success nor does their absence guarantee project failure.
The Heart of Change by John Kotter and Dan Cohen delves into the subject of transformational change and gets at the heart of how highly successful change actually happens.