The Greiner Model

The Greiner Growth Model describes the different phases that organizations undergo as they grow in size. These phases are agnostic to organization type – they apply to all organizations in all industries. The model is essentially a tool organizations can use to understand the underlying reasons for problems a growing organization is likely to encounter. […]

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Scenario Planning and Program Management

In its most broad sense scenario planning is a strategic planning tool that can help organizations make adaptive long term plans. This is done based on consideration of the major changes and trends taking place in the world, such as PESTLE trends – political, economic, social, technical, legal, and economic. Predicting the future is difficult, […]

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Student Syndrome and Management

As I write this it is early June. The time of the year when academic exams are in full swing and many (probably the majority) college students are studying for long hours to pass their exams, having left it to the last minute. I remember from my time at university, that I followed exactly the […]

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Program Management Communication Tips

If you’re a program manager then a sizable proportion of your day will be spent thinking about communication. In fact, whether you’re a program manager, project manager, or general manager, you need to regularly think about how you communicate and whether any adjustments can be made to improve your communication. With that, here are eight simple tips you can […]

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