The EU’s Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA) imposes new obligations on the financial industry by January 2025. High time to get started. Our brochure will get you ready for the DORA sprint. Also included for free: an interactive checklist. It shows you which criteria your company already meets and where you need to improve.
Resistance makes any change stressful. This time, our Inside Transformation series looks at a particularly thorny issue: What can you do when executives boycott your project?
Objectives & Key Results (OKR) are making waves in the business world. So, what’s the essence of this approach, which was first adopted in Silicon Valley? Our video elucidates how to craft OKRs and inspire peak performance within your team.
Tough times, new goals – there are many reasons for companies to reorganize. Whether the plan will succeed is determined by one question: Are we addressing the real problem or just symptoms?
Are you driving change or is change driving you? How can companies manage the multitude of current transformations without overwhelming their employees? Our partner Silke takes a psychological approach to the topic and describes a way out of constant pressure caused by a multi-project agenda.
How is AI changing leadership in companies? We recently discussed this question at the in_between leadership conference. In this article, we take a closer look at an interesting application example: With the help of AI, project teams can be optimally staffed and connected.
To innovate and improve, companies need creativity, courage and technical expertise. But those capabilities will not have the desired impact if something else is missing: Here are 5 reasons why project management is the superpower of successful companies.
Companies bear responsibility for society and the environment – and many of them have already made commitments. But, as the demand for sustainable action rises, so too does the pressure to have a more strategic approach.
Criminal hackers are constantly developing new attack methods. How can companies protect their systems from the ground up and arm themselves against new threats?
After a merger, a common question arises: What core values and behaviors unite employees and make the company more productive? In a recent podcast conversation, Silke Grosse-Hornke gives answers.