Improving Capability with Project Management Certification: Telstra Story
Telstra, Australia’s leading tech and telecom company, recognizes that delivering projects in a consistently successful manner creates a better-connected world where individuals can experience greater opportunities. To achieve the goal of world-class performance in project management, Telstra turned to PMI certifications, standards and frameworks, and developed career paths for project talent as recommended in our Pulse of the Profession®reports. These initiatives, supported by their leadership, have helped Telstra to create a rising tide that lifts all boats.
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Leadership and Change originally posted
Change is nothing new and a simple fact of life. Some people actively thrive on new challenges and constant change, while others prefer the comfort of the status quo and strongly resist any change.
(Mullins 2010: 753).
Change has been given the highest priority globally and across all types of organizations. Studies showed evidences that significant proportion of planned change.
Efforts failed (Center for Creative Leadership, 2017). Continue reading
The Greatness Projects
Welcome to our website; The home of living projects.
Project Management can be termed the “mother” of all professions. While a project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service or results (PMBOK Guide 5th Edition), bound by a specified time frame, today’s entrepreneurs, the service industry, charities, parastatal, public and private sectors, have become more and more project oriented as most have learnt the benefits of ‘projectizing’ their business activities, Continue reading
There is always discussion between Management and Leadership, in fact, they two does have similar traits but distinct responsibilities and functions. According to Kotter 2000, management and leadership are two distinctive and complementary in business environment, there is no which one is better than other one because they all have they own functions and characteristics to be necessary in successful business cases. Leadership and management both are very essential and not replaceable. Continue reading