In an organisational change, a high level of involvement of resources is required that will have to change the way they work and do more of their business as usual. Trainer and expert Niels Van Bemmelen explains how to encourage participation in change with a vision and a map of benefits.
While preparing for your PRINCE2 Practitioner Exam it is good to know what you can expect. Read on to find out how the PRINCE2 Practitioner Exam is set up.
Output, outcome and benefits are all terms related to project management. They are key to make a project successful and should be understood and shared among the project management team. This post explains what the terms mean, how they are related and how they differ.
Project management is not a one-size-fits-all solutions, there are different skill-levels between employees and the organisational's maturity needs to be taken into account. Read on to learn what Shana Coenen says about Project Management at the Federal Public Service Finance.
The continaul improvement model in ITIL 4 is a key part of the Service Value Chain. What is it, how do you use it and how do you integrate it with the 7 ITIL 4 guiding principles? We covered it all in this blogpost.
ITIL 4 Specialist: Direct, Plan & Improve is one of the new intermediate modules of ITIL. Discover more about the exam format, objectives and sample questions!
What are the key elements to adapt to change? And how to apply them in work? We interviewed Alessia Pisciotti, Change Coordinator for ESA in Capgemini, who shared with us her experience in the international environment, her advice and examples of change management
What is the role of the PMO in an Agile transformation? We discussed it during our PMO User group this June and decided to write a more in depth article. Read on and discover what the PMO has to do when an organisation decides to go 'Agile'.
According to Mark Constable, Formula 1 is the best example of the application of Agile principles in sport. Read the article to find out why!
One thing you cannot deny in business is change. Change is omnipresent and to embed change, people and organisations need a specific set of skills. What are these skills and what is the change journey all about? Read on!