Archive for October 18th, 2014

The 7 Steps to Successful Projects

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patton #1Charles Patton’s September article for PSX: People Strategy Exchange examines how thoroughly explaining why a project is being undertaken instills a sense of confidence that the decision to proceed was thoughtful, priorities were considered, fits for the organization, a plan is in place, the time, effort and expense costs have been considered and the cost: benefit ratio points to a successful outcome. All these are necessary to successful outcomes.
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Top Down | Bottom Up | Middle Out

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In his September article for PSX: People Strategy Exchange eMagazine, Marvin Smith of Deliberate Synergy explains why it takes more than just agreement to make large scale change happen.  Marvin Smith shares insights about top down, bottom up and middle out leadership, and how they are all necessary to ensure the success of large scale change projects.


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Are Millenials from Mercury and Boomers from Pluto?

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Even though there are years between Boomers and Millennials, Jim Finkelstein and Melissa Mead show us that the differences aren’t so significant after all and why it is good business to leverage whatever differences do exist rather than focus on the liabilities of the inter-generational mash-up.


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