RPA is an exciting and disruptive technology that is experiencing a surge of investment and adoption. RPA can be used across the value chain in all industries and will have an impact on you and your organisation. Get ahead of the disruption curve and apply the lessons that can be learned from previous implementations.
People are at the heart of our approach to business and project improvement. By leveraging the most innovative techniques in resourcing, organization design, talent management, and team sentiment analysis, we can build sustainable capability strategies for even the most volatile portfolios. We want to help teams implement real stakeholder management, and use the right tools and behaviors to create a truly people-centric project.
While all of the new innovations in technology are exciting, and opening up new possibilities at a staggering pace - we never forget the fundamentals. Project and Portfolio Management processes are based on many basic principles that have stood the test of time. We want to help organizations design project processes which fit in with their organization, culture, and people strategy, then find ways to let technology accelerate an approach to structured continuous improvement.
Technology is empowering. New discoveries are unlocking new possibilities in every industry and every country on Earth. At ProjectAI, we believe passionately in the power of technology to connect people to projects in revolutionary ways. But there’s a catch. In this article we explore some of the pitfalls and the promise of technology in capital projects.
Once you have defined the people, process and technology you need, how do you ensure it all works as intended? How can you apply the best practices in project development to design investment / stage gate processes and build meaningful portfolio reporting. Which risks do you need to manage? Which controls do you need? What do you need to measure? How do you make decisions with the data to achieve your business objectives?
Culture is defined both by what is said and what is unsaid, what is done and what is not done. But there is one thing that is universally true, culture comes straight from the top. Embarking on any program of organizational change needs to consider the culture that’s in place. Are you willing to do what is necessary to change the culture? Or change what is necessary to adapt to it?