It is people that determine the success or otherwise of a project, not the technology. Granted, there are rare cases where a project stalls due…
As with virtually any other significant IT implementation project, a SharePoint deployment is as dependant on people as it is on technology for its success.
As IT director Steve noted in our last post on intranet success, it’s critical to get users on board at the early stages of any intranet project.
I attended the NRL Auckland Nines and was intrigued by the ways each team interpreted the single-event rules and how important it was to adjust their game plans. Here are the four agility lessons to test your business against, to measure your ability to adapt to change.
If you are involved in managing implementing new software, you will find yourself managing change, change in the way people do things. Understanding the behaviour of your employees throughout a change will be a key success factor in your implementation.
Not everyone loves new technology. In fact, introducing something new to your business that involves changing work practice or learning a new way of doing something can be one of the hardest things a manager has to tackle.
Last week I had the privilege of spending a day at the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia. John Cleary (Blue Chip Consulting) ran an excellent session on “Applied Corporate Strategy for the Finance Professional”. It was a day jam packed with content and value.
I recently stumbled across some coverage of a fascinating but unpublished report by the Royal Dutch/Shell Group (Shell). The purpose was to uncover what makes…