When you leave elephants in the room unchecked, the potential for havoc and rot to set in is palpable and explosive.
When the right people are in the right roles with the right responsibilities, leadership can show itself in many and varied ways
As artificial intelligence continues to evolve and permeate the project world, it’s a reasonable to ask the question whether AI will replace the project professionals?
Experienced change leaders know that successful delivery is a bit like riding a wave; they will adapt to the challenge, assess the risk, and embrace the uncertainty of the ride.
Planning for successful change and anticipating that change will be disruptive allows business to effectively communicate – and address cynicism –in a structured way.
As much as we don’t like to champion our neighbours across the Ditch, there are good lessons to be learned from the All Blacks on implementing successful change.
If continuous disruption has become the ‘steady state’, then the opportunity to deliver successful change should be grounded in effective change management fundamentals.