We are facing with varieties of different risks in innovation projects. Generally speaking, these risks include technical and non-technical risks. These risks are present in all projects. What is different in the nowadays innovation projects? Different are risks connected with the “COMPLEXITY” of nowadays innovation projects.
Seeing the change through the eyes of the recipients of change is vital. The culture needs to be one that accepts that change can be difficult and that all people need support with it.
Programs are a means of executing strategies and, like strategies, in today’s VUCA world, they have to be realigned regularly.
A successful program manager is a business leader who understands the role, business environment, stakeholders, regulatory requirements, and more. A program manager is not an administrator or a facilitator who simply executes to the work plan.
A - E ： Alan Stretton| Andrew Wright| Alfonso Bucero| Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez(2)| Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez(1)| Adrian Dooley| Brigette Hyacinth| Brane Semolic| Brigitte Schaden| Chang Shucha| David Pells| David Hillson| Ding Ronggui| Darren Dalcher| Elizabeth Harrin|
K - O ： Lindsay Scott| Lin Shaopei| Lavagnon Ika| Mark Dorsett| Mario Vanhoucke| Michael Pace| Mark Dickson| Mike O'Brochta| Martin Samphire| Martina Huemann| Matti Ahvenharju| Marisa Silva| Michel Thiry| Martin Samphire(2)| Martin Sedlmayer| Michael Campbell| Nick Houlton| Nathalie Drouin| Olivier Lazar| Ou Lixiong|
P - T ： Penny Pullan| Penny Pullan(2)| Peter Taylor| Peter Taylor (2)| Peter Coesmans| Patrick Leahy| Ralf Müller| Robert Buttrick| Rodney Turner| Ruth Murray-Webster| Robert Buttrick(2)| Reinhard Wagner| Robert Prieto| Rebecca Winston| Rich Maltzman| Shankar Sankaran| Sandeep Mathur| Susanne Madsen| Stacy Goff| Sue Kershaw| Teppo Nurminen| Thomas Walenta| Tim Jaques|