Monthly Archives: March 2016

Question of the month: What is OBASHI? published on 21/03/2016 by Maya Eadie

The Managing Director of a private sector SME writes: “I see that your company offers training in OBASHI and recently we had a consultant spending some time in my own organisation who was waxing lyrical about OBASHI and how it could help the company move forward.  He said it involved creating some sort of visual map

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Why all project managers should attend an MSP® training course published on 03/03/2016 by John Edmonds

The importance of understanding the strategic context of your project First, let me explain what I mean by MSP. It is the widely recognised guidance on programme management – Managing Successful Programmes. Programme management differs from project management in a number of ways – its structure, emphasis and content. So, why would understanding MSP be

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Can you Codify Change Management? published on 01/03/2016 by Patrick Mayfield

Can you Codify Change Management? The need has never been greater for leaders who can take people through turbulent, and sometimes radical, change. A couple of years ago, I was asked to contribute a chapter on “Stakeholder Strategy” to a book that was published as The Effective Change Manager’s Handbook (ECMH for short), a title

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