President, Interthink Consulting Incorporated
Mark is a project management iconoclast -- love him or hate him, he stil…
The previous two articles have explored how individuals can improve their ability to be effective in supporting the initiation of a single project. You may be the project shaper, championing the initiation of a project. Or you may be the executive (or executive team) actually deciding to proceed with a project opportunity. In either instance, the focus so far has been primarily transactional, getting one project idea off the ground and successfully having someone buy into proceeding with it.
The challenge is how to bring this up to organizational scale. In other words, how can you rethink how your organization considers how it initiates its projects? For the organization that