We don't know exactly where it went wrong. But a personnel manager is now called a human resource manager. Training a new employee is called onboarding. And the career of someone within a company is called an employee journey. These have all become international terms, but of course the trick remains the same. As an entrepreneur you want to ensure that your staff feel at home with your company. You want them to be in full bloom, so to speak, so that they can excel. That is good for the corporate culture, good for the customer and good for the turnover.
In a world full of digitization, project managers have their hands full to let their organizations innovate. The Netherlands has a strong project management culture - we have a lot of them and send employees for expensive training on a daily basis - so it is not surprising that a lot of developments in the field of project management are planned for 2020. We have collected the most important trends for you.
Putting the customer first and ensuring that all projects, actions and initiatives throughout the entire company fit in perfectly with the overall corporate strategy: that is what every management wants. However, almost no management succeeds in this and in most cases this is due to the traditional organization of the company: in departments, with each department neatly combined, closed off from the rest of the company.