Like many of the ideas of the 1950s, such as the Edsel, smoking in hospitals, and Smell-O-Vision, it turns out they weren't so great after all. Open offices, it turns out, are more likely to hurt your productivity, rather than help it.
Claude Emond's insight:
Flabbergasting infographic! Are you really surprised? Do you still believe you save money with this open workplace nonsense?
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The debate about whether these earth-shaking leaders are born or made will continue to rumble on, not least because they’re so apparently rare. Then again, it often only takes one person at the top to kickstart an organisation into action.
Successful projects deliver value; they benefit their organizations. But many organizations bring a haphazard approach to benefits realization, from unrealistic business cases to short-sighted decisions during execution to a stunning lack of post-delivery accountability. Let's take a look at these issues, and what can be done about them.
Claude Emond's insight:
For me, benefits realization planning, tracking and materialization start with accountability for them. Here's a job for our executive project sponsors, be accountable for the benefits derived from the projects they ask for!
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John, your work is based on the idea that strategic communications are an important and underused tool for driving business and social change. Have you gotten much resistance or pushback on this idea from the mainstream corporate world? Initially, yes—I got many glassy-eyed stares! But I’m glad to say the landscape has changed. Back in 2007, when I wrote “Igniting Inspiration” I was gripped with this vision, clear as day. Having been steeped in applied psychology research for decades, and hav
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