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“At Palmchip, where I was VP of Marketing, Shelley was able to use her experience along with her knowledge of core marketing processes to keep our project on schedule and meet budget targets. She is articulate in explaining both her methodology and its benefits to high-level executives, as well as to managers and staff members. This is a key to obtaining early and complete buy-in, which, in my experience, in critical to the success of a project.”

MJ
Vice President
Palmchip

 

5 Early Warning Signals for a BPI Project - Part 1

Can you recognize the early warning signals that derail a business process improvement project? Many articles have been written about what makes process improvement projects fail and usually they list critical success factors. But the real question is how do you recognize the leading indicators in a process? And once you identify these signals what […]

Why Stakeholder Management is Important

3D Character and Friendship

By Steven Lesser, InfoWorks.

Projects revolve around stakeholders.

A stakeholder is someone inside or outside the organization that has an interest in the outcomes of the project. Some are more important to the life of the project, such as the sponsor, steering committee or project team members (may include technical or business leads/supervisors) and […]