Monthly Archives: February 2020

Why we collect data . . what we need to do with it


Data is everywhere. We collect data “for the record”, we collect data for use by predictive analytics algorithms and we collect data for use by humans and machines when making decisions. Data, by itself, is highly important but not highly … Continue reading

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Success Achieving Operational Efficiency & Effectiveness (methods, tools, platforms)


With reference to my recent article called “Avoiding Transformation Program Fails”, operational efficiency and effectiveness need methods to avoid madness. Transformation Initiatives need tools at generic workflow/workload management platforms. Method: CPM for Once-Through Initiatives CPM is the method of choice for … Continue reading

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Success Evolving Corporate Strategies (methods, tools, platforms)


With reference to my recent article called “Avoiding Transformation Program Fails”, here are some guidelines for an orderly process for making “good” use of corporate infrastructure/resources (i.e.  putting a focus on building Competitive Advantage). The model our group has used … Continue reading

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Avoiding Transformation Program Fails


McKinsey & Company claimed in 2013 that 70% of Transformation Programs Fail (AIPMM, September 2013) https://www.slideshare.net/aipmm/70-26633757 The McKinsey breakdown on fails went like this (Employee Resistance: 39%; Lack of Management Support: 33%; Inadequate Resources or budget: 14%; Other: 14%). I … Continue reading

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