Change is Inevitable
Change is driven by forces like Globalisation, Regulation, Competition, Financial Pressure, Acquisition and Divestitures, Technology, and even Social Media.
However only 55% of Change initiatives are initially effective, and this falls to a 25% success rate in the long run.
Watch how we make it happen, with Ruota’s roadmap to successful change implementation and organisational transformation.
5 Guarantees of Change
• Will continue
• More of it
• More complex
Project Management Office - Bureaucracy or Benefit?
The primary responsibility of the Project Management Office (PMO) is to manage and execute projects that are central to the goals and objectives of the organisation. The PMO works with the project stakeholders and delivery teams to apply and maintain standards and processes as they deliver a project. Can you imagine not having standards or oversight when implementing a project? Unfortunately, PMOs are frequently seen as bureaucratic functions that block, rather than benefit organisations. This paper examines common challenges and potential solutions to unlock the benefit of a PMO.
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IT Transformation Implementation
Delivery Remediation & Execution of the Programme Management Office
Large international organisation is challenged with its enterprise-wide Information Technology (IT) Transformation project, an over-running budget, a delayed delivery schedule and a Benefits Realisation plan that is not being achieved.
Making Change Stick
Industry experts estimate that 70% of Change Management initiatives fail…put yourself in the 30%. This is the first in a series that explores major change initiatives and provides guidance as to how they can be successful. This first paper is more comprehensive, providing an overview of the process. Subsequent papers will provide a deeper dive into specific stages in the change process.