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3 Major Pitfalls for Professional-Services Firms to Navigate

3 Major Pitfalls for Professional-Services Firms to Navigate | Professional Services Automation | Scoop.it
“ Increases in staffing at a growing company can pose a challenge when juggling the wide swings in client workload.”
Via International Association of Project Managers
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Typical growing pains for any services organization. #PSASoftware #NetSuitePSA
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Navigating Change: How CFOs Can Effectively Drive Transformation

Navigating Change: How CFOs Can Effectively Drive Transformation | Professional Services Automation | Scoop.it
Today’s CFOs are increasingly required to partner with CEOs to drive transformations in their organizations. Indeed, a previous Deloitte CFO Signals™ survey of CFOs from major North American companies found that on average CFOs aspire to spend about 60% of their time as a catalyst for change and a strategist in their organizations.⊃1; Yet, many CFOs who aspire to the catalyst role are often ill equipped to go beyond the numbers and effectively drive organization-wide change that improves future company performance. This excerpt from Deloitte’s CFO Insights examines sources of resistance to change and provides some practical tools for CFOs to diagnose and navigate change efforts more effectively...
Via WorldsView Academy, Harry Cannon
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CFOs can Effectively Drive Organizational Transformation
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Project Management: Science Or Art? | Why Do So Many Projects Fail?

Project Management: Science Or Art? | Why Do So Many Projects Fail? | Professional Services Automation | Scoop.it
“ There are numerous Project Management methodologies out there; PRINCE 2 is the most scientific and rigid, with others proving less rigid and more flexible, however usually just as formal in its application ...”
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Project Management is just as much an art form as it is a science.
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