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Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez
Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez (antonionietorodriguez.com) is the world's leading champion of Project Management and Strategy Implementation. He is the creator of concepts such as the Hierarchy of Purpose featured by Harvard Business Review, or the Project Manifesto; which argues that Projects are the lingua franca of the business and personal worlds from the C-suite to managing your career or relationships. Antonio has been recently nominated Thinker of the Month by the prestigious Thinkers50.com, who identifies the most influential management thinkers in the world, inc. Michael Porter, Clayton Christensen, Rita McGrath. Author of the best-selling book "The Focused Organization" and a much in-demand speaker at events worldwide, Antonio has presented at more than 160 conferences over the past 15 years, regularly evaluated as the best speaker. European Business Summit, Gartner Summit, TEDx, and EU Cohesion Policy Conference with EU President Donald Tusk; are some of the events he has delivered inspirational speeches. A pioneer and leading authority in teaching strategy execution and project management to senior executives at top Business Schools; currently visiting professor at Duke CE, Instituto de Empresa, Solvay, Vlerick, Ecole des Ponts and Skolkovo.

Why is Portfolio Management so Critical to Strategy Implementation?

In recent years, portfolio management has evolved from an administrative process, in which projects are selected and prioritised, to one of the key ways in which organisations can focus on strategy implementation. This is achieved, in the most part, through the enhancement of strategic dialogue amongst the management team and, most crucially, the alignment of projects around the most critical strategic initiatives. In this article I talk about the latest developments ...

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Why Strategic Failures are Increasing and How to Prevent It

In order to achieve strategic initiatives, organisations need to reduce the amount of operational work they do to simply run the business, and increase their activities, in the form of projects, which will change the business. This is a necessary and inevitable response to the changing business world in which we operate, but unfortunately, many organisations are unable to manage this shift and deliver these projects successfully – despite this ...

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