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Innovation Metrics: Benchmarking Success

Everyone likes to talk about innovation, but how do you measure it? How do you know whether or not your innovation program is performing well? And which innovation metrics will drive the right behavior to achieve your organization’s strategic…

Strategic Planning at Work: Real-World Use Cases

Do you spend months developing your strategic plan only to have it become shelf ware – literally sitting on a shelf collecting dust? Or, despite your best intentions at integrating strategy and execution, do your plans and operations on…

Strengthen Your Project Management Skills

In the past, project collaboration hasn’t always been easy.  We were having to use multiple sites or applications to track projects. There would be content stored in different locations, many times with projects never being updated,…

Ushering in a New Era of Work and Resource Management

For more than a year now, I have been talking about how project delivery does not equal strategic alignment. It is about transforming ideas into executable, strategic plans—from start to finish—and being able to take advantage of new…

The World of Work Today: Embracing Different Types of Work

In my previous blog, The Workberg: Structured and Unstructured Work, I explain the concept of the Workberg to illustrate the different types of work going on in your organization. Above the waterline is where the formal, structured, process-driven…

Customers Honored at the Planview Horizons Customer Conference

It’s always an exciting time when we get to honor businesses who leverage Planview products to drive growth and innovation. This year’s 20th annual Planview Horizons Customer Conference on Oct. 17-19 in San Antonio, Texas, was no exception.…

Building the Business Case for Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise architecture in and of itself has no real value. The value of enterprise architecture is in supporting and enabling the business activities of an organization. This may seem obvious but, over the years I have seen countless enterprise…