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PMI in the news! 'Why companies don't do what the CEO says'

from Forbes

Mark Langley believes he has three answers to a question that perplexes chief executives. Why don't companies do what the CEO tells them to on major projects?

Langley is president and chief executive of the Project Management Institute, the world's largest global project management association, serving three million professionals in 190 countries. And his first answer, predictably, is that CEOs are far too busy. "When they get to the point where they believe they have decided the direction of their organization, they believe that the organization will carry out their direction," he says. "And their time is consumed in other areas such as regulatory, customer, banking and bondholder issues. They're overtaxed in terms of their attention span and ability to focus." more


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