Identifying Change Resistance

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Can you see Change Resistance?  Before it occurs?  Wouldn’t that be useful?  Imagine the time, energy and cost you could save if you could just identify those resistors, before they resist?  Well, if you are a Project Sponsor or a Program or Project Manager you will probably be familiar with a diagram like the one […]

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The End of the Swim Lane?

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Over the past few posts on Pulse, I’ve highlighted a number of business scenarios where you can use network analysis techniques to derive insights you just can’t obtain from other methods.  Here’s another interesting application – Business Process Analysis. Below is our typical view today – a swim lane of a business process flow, but […]

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Keep Your IT Department at Arm’s Length During a CMMS Implementation: Here’s Why

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No matter how little you think you know about choosing and integrating a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), the most important thing to know is this: do not let your information technology department run the show. A CMMS is really about asset management, not information technology. Such software systems help maintenance teams keep an electronic […]

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