Randy Englund narrates presentation on necessary high priority actions to improve organizational performance. Click to listen to audio version podcast of Executive Imperatives:
My article titled: Achieving Management Commitment for Project Success has “Published” on Monday, August 14, 2017 on the Portal ProjectTimes. Below is a link to the article. It highlights the pervasive problem surrounding lack of project support from upper managers and suggests actions to take. https://www.projecttimes.com/articles/achieving-management-commitment-for-project-success.html
In this blog post, I highlight the dismal state of upper management support for projects, then reference suggestions that would help.
This post deals with the difficult challenge of saying “No” when the pressure is on to say “Yes.”
This post highlights how effective communications start with you. It summarizes our presentation at the PMI Global Congress North America in San Diego.
To the question, Why Train Sponsors?, this post offers selling points to achieve management commitment for project success.
Driving Organizational Performance On on-going quest in most all organizations is to improve performance, especially on project-based work. It takes a concerted effort to make improvements, not just depending on accidents, luck, or wishful thinking. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/driving-organizational-performance-randall-randy-englund?trk=prof-post
A universal objective is to achieve better results from project-based work. Excellence in sponsorship as a major role in optimizing outcomes is a fervent belief held by colleague Alfonso Bucero, myself, and many others. Sponsor performance on many projects, however, is a very different story. A sponsor initiates, funds, and supports the project from inception…