Project Management In The Real World
Source: Hewitt Associates
While much has been written about the global economic crisis, very little has been said about what the leaders of large global organizations should be doing now to prepare their organizations to emerge in a position of strength as the economy recovers. The global workforce is understandably tense, fragile, and worried. No one under the age of 75 has faced this degree of uncertainty in their lifetime. In far too many organizations, this pervasive mood has gone unaddressed resulting in a distracted and disengaged workforce.