In today’s commercial arena, achieving best practice is a laudable ambition. But it’s the continuous improvement journey, not the end strategic destination, that has the real power to drive visible accountable success.
Organisations routinely waste 12% of their project investment spend due to poor performance – a figure that has remained stubbornly consistent over the past five years. Meanwhile, Geneca’s research reveals a significant gap between strategy and deliverables: 45% of PMO and project leaders state that the wider business objectives are unclear to them. Even more worrying: only 23% of respondents feel that senior stakeholders and project teams agree on what defines a successfully completed project . What’s more, 80% of project professionals estimate that they spend half (yes, half) of their time on rework – suggesting a lack of clear initial objectives resulting in misinformed workstreams.
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Teaser video on the theme of Good, Better, Best from Rupert Taylor here