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What Do You Manage When You Manage a Product or Service? Outcomes. Organizations are currently focused on the big three strategies: growth, innovation, and customer service. Whether they are outlined in annual reports or the result of multiple…
Nobody said transforming the role of the PMO would be easy. You’re not only tasked with delivering programs and projects on time and within budget but also promised value with limited capacity.  Worse, the PMO sits between annual planning…
Gate meetings are one of the most critical components of a successful Stage-Gate process.  They serve as the decision points of the process.  What they are not, or at least not intended to be, is a technical review of the progress of any one…
Last month I introduced the concept of Work and Resource Management as a way to deal with the complexity confronting organizations of all sizes. Eight forces are creating this complexity today, constraining the progress of organizations…
What would it mean to your company’s innovation speed if you could shift your decision timelines from months/weeks to days? Or if you could speed time-to-market with better ability to see and optimize resources? What if you could be confident…

7 Foolproof Tips for Gaining Visibility into Demand

A long-held axiom is that knowledge is power. Nowhere is this truer than when trying to determine how to resolve persistent resource overloads. But it’s hard to know how to address the constraints of your workforce if you don’t understand…

5 Benefits of Understanding Resource Capacity

A compelling statistic emerged from the 2016 Resource Management and Capacity Planning benchmark study. Of organizations that considered themselves lower maturity when it comes to capacity planning, only 31% typically even consider…