Most organizations treat all projects the same. They all go through the same birthing process, they all go through the same approval process, they are all managed similarly. The only thing that makes this one different from that one (other than what's being done) is size.
But all organizational work is not the same — nor should it be. If you study narratives taken from workplaces, you quickly learn that there's many types of project going on, only some of which fall into the "same projects" we're used to.
Bruce Stewart, an accredited Cognitive Edge practitioner, will take your through the different domains of work talked about in the Cognitive Edge Cynefin model, the type of initiatives they create, and how project management — from first idea to job done — adapts to be appropriately successful in each of these environments.
Whether you are managing the flow of projects in an organization, or just trying to keep the one you're responsible for on the rails, you'll find this session providing insights into how to deal with intractable problems and ensure results flow.