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3 Ways To Get Buy In for Process Improvement

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We’re process people. We are in awe of Ikea’s ability to standardize the design of beds, bookcases, and boudoirs using the same handful of parts. We assign family chores using SIPOCs and RACIs.  We love frameworks and good relationship maps. But not everyone shares our sensibilities.…

David Shaner on Why Fast Change Often Fails

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APQC was lucky enough to talk to David Shaner about his book ‘The Seven Arts of Change’ and specifically about how his ‘Golden Rule’ can help in leading change in an organization.  David will be the keynote speaker at APQC’s 2014 Process Conference on October 13-15. In part two of our…

UPDATED: Tale of Two PMOs (Infographic)

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Project management offices (PMOs) are moving beyond typical project management activities, and are now providing more strategic insights and services that support enterprise-wide initiatives. In order to more fully understand the role PMOs are playing within their organizations, APQC conducted a…

Expect More from Benchmarking

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There are many types of benchmarking, but most organizations continue to focus on what I’ll call “descriptive” benchmarking. This type of benchmarking follows a structured methodology, which is critical to success, but is characterized mainly by collecting data from a group of benchmarking…