Are you providing the right direction, behavior and signals for your organization to be successful, or are you actually impeding its success?
What does it take to for a company to have staying power? Long-term, "market-like" management of product lines and business mixes.
How do you justify and fund IT projects that don't benefit every business unit equally?
The results can be meaningless or misleading — or both.
Following accepted best practices is usually a good idea, but sometimes it's anything but.
Software as a service (SaaS) hasn’t helped with one aspect of the perpetual upgrade cycle: upgrading the user.
Most portfolios of corporate programs and projects look pretty much the same, but there are ways to construct a portfolio that "beats the market."
The best performers do orders of magnitude better than the average, but how do you get them to work for your company?
Executives say they want disruptive innovation, but what they really crave is "managed evolution," says John Parkinson.
As Big Data grows bigger, more complicated, and more difficult to deal with, the choice of which data get retained and which discarded becomes…