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A two-day course teaching the wider impacts of organisational change and how to help people adapt

23 April 2018   |   Management and Business Improvement, Change Management

Certified Local Change Agents (CLCAs) play a powerful supporting role during organization-wide transformation. They understand the fundamental principles and approaches that encourage people to embrace change. CLCAs assist organizations in aligning its entire workforce’s activities with the implemented change. A CLCA need not enter a dedicated role – certified individuals will typically continue their BAU […]

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Certified Local Change Agents (CLCAs)

13 March 2018   |   Management and Business Improvement, Change Management

Certified Local Change Agents (CLCAs) play a powerful supporting role during organization-wide transformation. They understand the fundamental principles and approaches that encourage people to embrace change. CLCAs assist organizations in aligning its entire workforce’s activities with the implemented change. A CLCA need not enter a dedicated role – certified individuals will typically continue their BAU [...] Read more
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Intrigued by a career in the Project management office environment? (P3O)

20 October 2017   |   Management and Business Improvement, PMO Support Offices, P3O

  The Future for PMO’s is Clear – P3O®  (Portfolio, Programme and Project Management Offices) (Pmp Professionals) PMO Flashmob recently published a report called ‘PMO Benchmark Report‘ in which they summarize with some closing PMO thoughts from the participants in the survey, two of which caught my attention. ‘Very little understanding of what career development options […]

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Part three: Seven ‘must have’ competencies needed to make you a successful Scrum Master

16 October 2017   |   Management and Business Improvement

This is part three of a four-part series, if you missed one or two read them here. Scrum teams must be self-organizing with all the competencies and emotional intelligence required to master their work without reliance on direction from above. In my previous two articles, I briefly introduced the three key Scrum roles, that of, Product […]

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Part two: Seven competencies you need to make you a successful Product Owner.

16 October 2017   |   Management and Business Improvement

If you missed the first series of the Scrum guide read it here.  Seven competencies you need to make you a successful Product Owner. Scrum teams must be self-organizing with all the competencies and emotional intelligence required to master their work without reliance on direction from above. In my previous article I briefly introduced the […]

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Part one: Scrum roles revealed: Where do you fit?

14 September 2017   |   Management and Business Improvement

Corrie Jordaan The Scrum Guide™[1] defines Scrum as a framework for developing and sustaining complex products. This framework enables teams to address complex adaptive problems, while they productively and creatively deliver products of the highest possible value. The framework is regarded as lightweight and simple; yet incredibly difficult to master. The framework is made up [...] Read more

Why all managers need to be able to facilitate workshops and meetings effectively

23 January 2017   |   Management and Business Improvement, Facilitation, Management and Business Improvement, Project Management

Why all managers need to be able to facilitate workshops and meetings effectively An overwhelming amount of literature and facts substantiate why managers adopt facilitative styles in progressive, synergistic organisations. The Snap Tech summary of these findings is simple. [/vc_column][/vc_row]

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7 Ways that Developing Facilitation Skills Can Stimulate Innovation

12 September 2016   |   Management and Business Improvement, Facilitation

7 Ways that Developing Facilitation Skills Can Stimulate Innovation Developing a culture of innovation in your projects is easiest when project managers have excellent facilitation skills which aid concept development and bring creative problem solving to team environments. Here are 7 ways that developed facilitation skills can stimulate innovation in your projects: 1. Better facilitation [...] Read more
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The 7 Worst Change and Project Management Fails to Avoid

8 August 2016   |   Project Management, Agile PM, Management and Business Improvement, Change Management, Project Management, PRINCE2, Project Management, PRNCE2 Agile, Project Management, Risk and Benefits Management, Risk Management

The 7 Worst Change and Project Management Fails to Avoid The worst project management fails are costly and embarrassing to the companies and individual professionals responsible. Here are 7 change and project management fails to avoid at all costs: 1. Poor or partial planning Planning in project management is crucial. As the saying goes, ‘a goal [...] Read more

Is the importance of facilitation skills being underestimated?

21 January 2016   |   Management and Business Improvement, Facilitation, Management and Business Improvement

Is the importance of facilitation skills being underestimated? In the days of the “Command and Control” workplace, facilitation was something utilised more in tough negotiation scenarios than in daily operations. Today, collaboration is the cornerstone of top organisations in both the public and private sectors, and experienced facilitators are essential in any successful company. Skilled [...] Read more

Ignore the People Side of Change Management at your own Peril

10 December 2015   |   Management and Business Improvement, Change Management, Management and Business Improvement, Risk and Benefits Management, Risk Management

Ignore the People Side of Change Management at your own Peril When an organisation recognises the need for change management (and what organisation can afford not to?) and sets about implementing it, results in the current climate can often fall short of expectations. While change is seen to be installed and structures put in place, [...] Read more

Best Facilitation Methods

2 June 2015   |   Management and Business Improvement, Facilitation, Management and Business Improvement

What are the best facilitation methods for running successful workshops and meetings? 2 June 2015   | Facilitation Training When faced with a business or project problem, have you been frustrated by the amount of unproductive time spent in time consuming workshops and meetings trying to define the problem and agree to a solution? Most workshop and meeting missteps […]

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