Do you have 2 or 3 top priorities that appear to make sense, but in reality they often seem to conflict? How can you get real clarity? It isn’t easy, but it is straightforward Follow the link to the article https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-many-top-priorities-should-you-have-hugo #projectmanagement#changemanagement#portfolio#strategyexecution
Monthly archives: July 2019
Doctor Book Scheme – Vitamin B12 deficiency in clinical practice
In order to promote the Doctor Book Scheme, I’ve put the following up on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/enough-energy-get-through-day-announcing-doctor-book-hugo/?published=t Vitamin B12 deficiency is widespread, but too many people don’t recognise it and it isn’t getting diagnosed or treated. The B12d charity is offering to send copies of the book for free to any doctor or nurse in UK […]
Business intelligence – or business stupidity?
Artificial Intelligence – AI to its friends – is touted as the answer to everything. Technology has always been seen as a “quick fix”. I can remember colleagues recording lectures on tape recorders, claiming they would “listen to them later”. Of course they never did, but there was the comfort blanket of knowing that you […]
Procuring for Benefits and Value – what happens
There are many situations where it’s better to work together, and the individual specific interest groups within a professional association are no exception. Association for Project Management (APM – the Chartered body for the Project Management Profession) has 12 Specific Interest Groups, and two, Contracts & Procurement and Benefits & Value, worked closely to deliver […]