June 25, 2018

Imagine a world where strategic programs are key to the long-term success of a company. Such initiatives define new products and services, establish work streams that derive from the overarching go-to-market strategy, drive business imperatives which are then translated into transformations that will re-shape the ways-of-doing business, etc. Essentially, we are talking about the future of a company. 

Large investments meant to advance and secure a competitive advantage in the next 5+ years to come, right? Now, in the majority of cases a capital expenditure budget which had been allocated to a set strategic projects is not simply spent by going to a store and buying an off-the-shelf product…it wouldn’t be the killer differentiator per se. So, what happens is that new services, products, initiatives are defined in a business case like document and translated, with some variations, depending on the methodology used, into a series of program documents detailing how each project is to be man...

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