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What good is strategy if you can’t deliver on it?

Written by Ben Chamberlain on February 26th, 2021 at 1:39 pm

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Life used to be simple.  Leaders got together once a year and set priorities for the business, and those became goals and objectives.  Departments developed project proposals, with the “best” of those proposals (or the ones with the best sales pitch) approved as the initiatives that would help to achieve the stated goals and objectives.  Except that really wasn’t so simple, was it?

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UMT360 extends Project for the Web capabilities

Written by admin on February 24th, 2020 at 4:18 pm

Project for the web marks the next chapter for Microsoft Project, providing a distinctive modern web interface and user experience for managing work of any size. In this post, we’ll explore how you can quickly add the robust portfolio management capabilities needed to help you accelerate business transformation.

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Connecting Strategy to Execution

Written by Mike Gruia on December 18th, 2014 at 3:39 pm

(Part two of a series on the forces helping to drive a tactical to strategic transformation of the PMO.)

To be truly successful, every organization must have a well-articulated strategy. And it’s crucial that this strategy be tightly aligned with an execution plan. But for many, there’s still a significant gap between strategy and execution. Organizations struggle to bridge this gap because they lack the clarity required to focus on the capabilities that will help them achieve their strategy.
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