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You Do Strategy. I’ll Do Execution.

Practitioner Series on Making Strategy Execution a Reality | Part 2 of 3
 Part 1  |  Part 3 It is very understandable (and common) to hear from clients “we really want to focus on execution right now.” They want to focus on enabling their PMOs and leveraging PPM systems to better manage delivery ...
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Collaborative Governance Can Be Your Friend

Practitioner Series on Making Strategy Execution a Reality | Part 1 of 3 Part 2  |  Part 3 Governance – the overall structure and daily management of activities and initiatives that help achieve corporate goals. The topic has somehow become a taboo subject to many organizations.
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3 Ways to Boost Your Transportation Prioritization Process

Decision Lens has worked side by side with many Departments of Transportation throughout the years, and we’ve picked up a few helpful tips along the way when dealing with the unique challenges these departments face.  

Dependencies Release

Decision Lens is excited to announce a new feature set: Dependencies The new Dependencies features are designed to support the way organizations and MPOs anticipate planning needs. Decision Lens resources are available to help you get the most out of these new features.

Decision Lens Proud and Excited to Partner with Maryville Technologies

The organizations we work with continue to struggle with some truly fundamental business needs. More often than not, these struggles center around their ability to allocate the constrained resources they have (budget sometimes, but people more often) to the right initiatives. Key questions continue ...

Feature Spotlight – Negative Costs are Now Possible!

It is now easier than ever to specify costs for your alternatives and make use of our Suggest Schedule algorithm. Find and schedule your alternatives for the best bang for your buck. Until recently, you could only specify costs as positive quantities. For example, say a project costs $1M its first ...