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Imperfect Analysis Is Normal

by Hank Barnes  |  May 27, 2014

I was on vacation this weekend, spending some time in Maine at a wedding.  After spending last week at Gartner Customer 360, I've had less time than normal to scan...

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Mind the Gaps in the Digital Marketing Transformation

by Jake Sorofman  |  March 13, 2014

Last week, Laura McLellan and I co-presented a webinar on digital marketing spending trends (public replay available here) where we talked about some of the new roles rising on the...

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Let Me Show You What I Mean

by Carol Rozwell  |  December 16, 2013

Last week while I was out visiting clients, I had the chance to meet with a newly-appointed CIO. We met in his office which was adorned with two huge white...

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Parents, you know this. They do what you do, not what you say!

by Carol Rozwell  |  November 5, 2013

Social apps are still seducing leaders of social initiatives. The seduction of social is simple (and alliterative): because Facebook can grow its adoption to over a billion people without seemingly...

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The Boiled Leader – Digital Freedom at Work

by Carol Rozwell  |  September 11, 2013

Many of us who took natural science courses during our undergraduate work were exposed to the story of the boiled frog experiment. The experiment showed that a frog sitting in...

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The Value Proposition of the PMO (part 3) - An example of a personal concept of value

by Donna Fitzgerald  |  August 22, 2013

Since my last posting didn’t generate a lot of feedback – I’ll take the next step by articulating what I believe the value of the PMO was for me.  It...

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The Value Proposition of the PMO (part 2) – How YOU define the value is important

by Donna Fitzgerald  |  July 31, 2013

If we want to make changes we first have to be willing to lead the change and to lead the change we need to understand where we want to go. ...

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The Value Proposition of the PMO – Is it changing? (part one)

by Donna Fitzgerald  |  July 30, 2013

I’ve recently been spending a lot of time thinking about what our clients really need to know to be successful in running a PMO.  This is a little more difficult...

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Collaboration, Team Learning and Who Makes the Decision

by Donna Fitzgerald  |  July 1, 2013

How much collaboration do you need on a project team?  Does everything need to be collaborative?  XP would imply it does when it comes to coding.  The core view here...

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Executives need digitally different thinking

by Mark Mcdonald  |  May 14, 2013

Digital technology is on the mind of every executive from Sales and Marketing to IT and Operations.    Executives concentrate many of these thoughts center around issues of responsibility, authority and...

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