There are important lessons and consequences for leaders beyond the financial sector and their teams in what happens when only the good news story is told.
Starting a project is easier than killing one and while no one likes to see a project die, there are some realities around the potential for success that means we have to ask the hard questions about viability and priorities.
In sport we hear about ‘defensive structure’ and ‘offensive agility’: Can you utilise and leverage both at the same time to seize unexpected opportunities in project delivery?
High profile projects attract a high level of scrutiny and this major Sydney infrastructure project is no exception.
When you’ve worked in project management for as long as we have, it still confounds us that organisations are not embracing assurance as a cornerstone to good project outcomes.
If M&A is a process fraught with challenges, then knowing the typical stress points can enable businesses to build in effective risk management when merging multiple organisations.