How to turn Project Failure into a Win..

Bottom line, none of us are perfect and to quote a favorite expression of mine about ‘failure’ – if we are not making mistakes we are not taking risks and definitely not learning anything. Sometimes projects go buttery smooth with everything falling into time and place EXACTLY as planned. However, more often than not, we hit…

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What happens when Change Management meets employee resistance to an RPA roll out?

“RPA is a promising new development in business automation that offers a potential ROI of 30-200%—in the first year. Employees may like it, too.”  — Xavier Lhuer, McKinsey and Company The line “Employees may like it, too.” is so simple and understated yet sums up possibly the biggest stumbling block in any Change Management process….

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Resource Management

Regardless of how simple, complex, large or small your project is you will need resources in order to complete it. A resource is any material, machine, person or software that is integral to the success of your project. Ensuring you have the right resource at the right time and place that it is needed is…

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How do you ‘break-in’ new running shoes?

I’ve recently uncovered or rediscovered some of my old articles that I wrote when managing a run specialist store in the West of Ireland. I’m going to reblog them here for your benefit. This one on how to break-in new running shoes was one of the most popular as it is an area that causes…

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Time Management is everything..

Time is our great measuring stick. Everything we accomplish is judged against the time it took to get us there. Our first, steps, our first teeth, our first date … all measured against time. When did it happen? Who in the family was first? Measured time.

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