Insight #69

Get EPM Right! Experts Share Advice

  • How Change Management Won the Ryder Cup

    The Ryder Cup was not only an exceptional golfing shootout but also a battle between two classic management styles. Pcubed’s James Lewis details how this golf tournament is an extremely powerful and relatable example to bring to life the benefits of detailed planning and change management. Read Article ›
  • ADKAR: A Model for Delivering Personal and Corporate Transformation

    Projects that encompass the tenets of change management are six times more likely to meet their objectives than projects that don’t. Pcubed’s Pramal Lad reveals the five building blocks of ADKAR®, a successful framework for managing change. Read Article ›
  • Executing on Disruption

    Three companies --SanDisk, T-Mobile, Technicolor-- shared insights and lessons learned regarding organizational transformation at a panel discussion hosted by Pcubed's VP of Business Transformation, Tom De Winne at Frost & Sullivan's conference on growth, innovation and leadership. Read Article ›
  • Better Project Delivery: Gaining Value with PM Managed Services

    When managed services are done right, your company gains numerous benefits. Pcubed’s David Sanguin explains the advantages of going the managed services route under specific conditions and offers advice for identifying the right kind of company to work with in a managed services scenario. Read Article ›
  • Investing Wisely In Application Transformation

    Agile IT will return investment quickly through improved company performance. But sometimes it isn't done correctly. Pcubed’s James Mair discusses common myths surrounding application rationalization and ways you can successfully integrate business processes. Read Article ›
  • TechTips: Project Server BI Configuration Demystified

    Since the introduction of the Project Server Business Intelligence Center in Project Server 2010, the configuration of the underlying elements has been somewhat confusing to some users. Pcubed’s Eric Schyberg provides clarity on the use of the Project Server Business Intelligence Center Active Directory Groups. Read Article ›