ANR #64: Welcome Chief Project Officer & A New and Accessible Way of Being Mentored
With the rise of the Project Economy, one of the most emblematic roles, the Chief Operating Officer, is coming to an end. And it is being replaced by the role of the Chief Project Officer, who will be accountable for bringing a considerable portion of an organization's revenues, not deliverables and reports.
ANR #63: Ukraine: The Undesirable Power of Projects
I am a huge believer in the incredible power of projects for good and noble causes, but also conscious about their undesirable side. Unfortunately, most of our current leaders do not understand projects and ignore their overwhelming positive, and sometimes enormously negative, power.
ANR #35: Selling Products Is Good. Selling Projects Can Be Even Better
Published in the Harvard Business Review
In the beginning companies sold products. And then they sold services. In recent years, the fashionable suggestion has been that companies sell experiences and solutions, solving the needs and aspirations of customers.
ANR #17: “Mitigating the risks of Failing Projects” : Interview for The Economist Intelligence Unit
I did this interview for The Economist’s Intelligence Unit five years ago for an article on "Mitigating project portfolio risks in the financial services industry" on how companies track projects to mitigate risks...
ANR #4: Why top Business Schools don’t teach Project Management to their MBAs?
Wharton, Insead, Harvard, Stanford, London Business School, Columbia, IMD, MIT, Instituto de Empresa, Chicago,...the world most prestigious business schools, don't teach project management as a core course to the future business leaders as part of their flagship MBA programmes.