Tackling Your Process and Technology Projects

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Many creative organizations recognize that they have room for improvement. This could mean better alignment within the organization, improving existing processes or implementing technology that can help manage the work. But often nothing gets done, because the next step requires time and effort… and those are in short supply. So, what options are available to creative leaders to address process and technology initiatives?

This article was written by Cella Process & Technology Consultant Les Johnson.  

[1] Amabile , Teresa M. and Kramer, Steven J., “The HBR List: Breakthrough Ideas for 2010—1: What Really Motivates Workers,” Harvard Business Review, January 2010.

Written by Cella Consulting

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