By: Jane Royden
Change / E AND H / Events / Membership Associations / Professional Membership Sector / Project Management
IT Projects – is there a gap between aspiration and outcome?
You do the project, but it’s not quite as you thought it would be – scope, costs and timescales have all increased and you still haven’t got the result you thought you’d get. At the same time, you may feel that there was a missed opportunity to really develop your team, or a more effective working relationship with your suppliers. Does this sound familiar?
Being able to use technology effectively to develop and transform your organisation is becoming ever more important. Why do so many organisations still experience this gap between aspiration and outcome – particularly when we understand why it happens, and the knowledge and tools needed to avoid it are available?
Jane Royden is exploring this issue at the Associations’ World Congress in Berlin, taking place this week from 10th – 12th April. Under the banner ‘Technology & People: What do you need to deliver the future?’ Jane will be speaking on Monday on ‘Exploring the Gap between Projects, People and Change’.
For more information see the Associations Network World Congress website.