A project management office makes no sense for my organisation, or does it? SMEs and international organisations increasingly understand that good project and programme management (Project management office) is the key to sustainable business success. Companies often have an ambitious strategy but afterwards struggle with the practical translation into a professional project environment.
There are a lot of personality and behavioural tools on the market. This does not always make it easy for companies to make a choice: should we work with Insights Discovery® in our leadership programme or should we opt for MBTI®? Would the Finance team benefit more from LIFO® or Belbin® as a tool for looking at their team development? Which tool should I use in an individual coaching programme?
A Project Management Office (PMO) is like the backbone of a successful organisation. It helps plan, manage and execute projects in a structured manner. But how do you know if your PMO is performing at its best? How mature are you in terms of project and portfolio management? That's where measuring your PMO maturity comes in.
Obeya. Is het weer een nieuwe LEAN trend of is het een onmisbare basis voor iedere organisatie? In deel 5 komen alle puzzelstukken samen, want we gaan de Obeya-kamer inrichten.
Obeya. Is it yet another LEAN trend or is it an indispensable foundation for any organisation? In part 4 of this series, we look at good leadership.
Obeya. Is it yet another LEAN trend or is it an indispensable foundation for any organisation? In part 3 of this series, we give some tips for establishing clear team frameworks.
Obeya. Is it yet another LEAN trend or is it an indispensable foundation for any organisation? In part 2 of this series, we clarify the foundation of Obeya.
Obeya. Is it yet another LEAN trend or is it an indispensable foundation for any organisation? In part 1 of this series, we start at the beginning: why use Obeya in your organisation, what is Obeya and how to implement Obeya.
How can your organisation be and remain successful in a constantly changing world? Or do you want to use the power of your organisation more efficiently? Stanwick helps you build bridges between your current reality and what it could look like in the future. Stanwick shows the way, we make the journey together!
PRINCE2® is one of the most common best practices in project management. The strength of the PRINCE2® approach lies in a solid foundation, in the form of 7 key principles, which form the foundation for managing PRINCE2® projects. Let's take a look at these 7 key principles.
Shared leadership and letting go of control and direction feel like a leap of faith. Yet many organisations are working on it. To deepen our knowledge, some time ago we invited Prof Karen Wouters, associated with the Antwerp Management School (AMS) and Workitects, to take us through her research on shared leadership.
Many books have been written, including by Patrick Lencioni himself, on how leaders can lead to make and keep their organisation as healthy as possible.