Blogs, organizational culture, Project Management

The Power of Organizational Culture in Project Management: Beyond Strategy

Organizational culture is a crucial aspect of any workplace that can significantly impact the success of an organization, its employees, and customers. As a project manager, understanding the culture of the organization you work for is critical to your success in executing projects. In this article, we will explore the importance of organizational culture and how project managers can navigate it effectively to ensure project success.An organization's culture defines its identity, including the way it conducts business both internally and externally. It shapes the values and

Blogs, Project Management

Navigating Organisational Structures: A Guide for Project Managers

Organizational structure refers to the way a company is arranged, including how job tasks are divided and coordinated, and how members of the organization relate to one another. As a project manager, understanding the different types of organizational structures can help you determine where you fit in, who you should communicate with, and how frequently to communicate with them. In this article, we will discuss two of the most common organizational structures and the role of a project manager within them.This knowledge is based on the Project Management Course available on

Blogs, Business, Project Management

Breaking Down the Myths of Project Management: Why Experience Isn’t Everything

 As businesses in South Asia continue to grow and expand, the need for effective project management becomes increasingly important. However, there are a number of myths surrounding project management that can hinder success. In this article, we will debunk two of the most common myths and provide relevant scenarios that show the importance of acquiring the necessary skills and tools to become an effective project manager.Myth 1: Only people with a lot of experience within an organisation can manage projects successfully.In many organisations in South Asia, it is common