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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The New Matrix Management The Future Of Organizational Success

    Matrix management is not a new concept. Since the 1970's organizations have known that there was a need to find new ways of handling the cross-functional or horizontal needs in a vertically aligned organization. They assumed that in order to get work done you needed authority and control and so...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Implementing New Matrix Management - The New System For Leading Today's Organization

    There are a lot of leaders who believe managers must have control over the people that work for them and that authority is required to get things done. But since most work is done on cross-functional teams where there is little or no "Formal" authority, this won't work. Today, we...

    Provided By Martin Training Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Making Matrix Management Work

    Whether or not you have a formal matrix structure, your organization, like every organization, operates in as a matrix and should be managed as such. Organizations are matrices because work is done cross-functionally while resources are managed functionally. Work is accomplished through either projects or business processes. The major business...

    Provided By Martin Training Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Strengthening The Weakest Link In Strategy Execution: Make Plans that People Can Execute!

    All organizations plan to execute on their strategy, yet many struggle to successfully execute their plans and achieve the results they were predicting. It's the old adage, "If you fail to plan, plan to fail." So it should not be shocking that the root cause, most of the time, lies...

    Provided By Martin Training Associates

  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Smashing The Functional Barriers To Managing Business Processes & Projects

    In most organizations, functions are king and getting work done cross-functionally is difficult at best. For years companies have tried to solve this problem by changing the culture or restructuring, but very little progress has been made. Functional silos still don't cooperate with one another. Business processes are riddled with...

    Provided By Martin Training Associates

  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    The 7 Keys To Success For The Portfolio Of Projects

    There are seven keys to creating a successful portfolio of projects. These keys highlight what management needs to do to enable project teams across the organization to be effective and efficient. Project effectiveness drives the organization's ability to add new products and services, expand its capacity to deliver existing products/services,...

    Provided By Martin Training Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The New Matrix Management The Future Of Organizational Success

    Matrix management is not a new concept. Since the 1970's organizations have known that there was a need to find new ways of handling the cross-functional or horizontal needs in a vertically aligned organization. They assumed that in order to get work done you needed authority and control and so...

    Provided By Martin Training Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Implementing New Matrix Management - The New System For Leading Today's Organization

    There are a lot of leaders who believe managers must have control over the people that work for them and that authority is required to get things done. But since most work is done on cross-functional teams where there is little or no "Formal" authority, this won't work. Today, we...

    Provided By Martin Training Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Making Matrix Management Work

    Whether or not you have a formal matrix structure, your organization, like every organization, operates in as a matrix and should be managed as such. Organizations are matrices because work is done cross-functionally while resources are managed functionally. Work is accomplished through either projects or business processes. The major business...

    Provided By Martin Training Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Strengthening The Weakest Link In Strategy Execution: Make Plans that People Can Execute!

    All organizations plan to execute on their strategy, yet many struggle to successfully execute their plans and achieve the results they were predicting. It's the old adage, "If you fail to plan, plan to fail." So it should not be shocking that the root cause, most of the time, lies...

    Provided By Martin Training Associates

  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Smashing The Functional Barriers To Managing Business Processes & Projects

    In most organizations, functions are king and getting work done cross-functionally is difficult at best. For years companies have tried to solve this problem by changing the culture or restructuring, but very little progress has been made. Functional silos still don't cooperate with one another. Business processes are riddled with...

    Provided By Martin Training Associates

  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    The 7 Keys To Success For The Portfolio Of Projects

    There are seven keys to creating a successful portfolio of projects. These keys highlight what management needs to do to enable project teams across the organization to be effective and efficient. Project effectiveness drives the organization's ability to add new products and services, expand its capacity to deliver existing products/services,...

    Provided By Martin Training Associates