Clarion Sponsoring the 2017 PMI Chapter Conference

  Clarion is once again delighted to be a sponsor of the Ireland Chapter’s national conference this May – details on the conference are available here – PMI Conference Micro-Site. The conference will be showcasing local and relevant speakers and presentations on topics related to how project management enables leaders (regardless of situation and position) […]

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On March 22, 2016, posted in: blog, Change, Excellence, Home Page Posts, Project, Strategy, Talent by

Web Summits, Innovation and Gantt Charts!

As the Web Summit rocks into town again, for the last time in the foreseeable future, it brings along with it the annual excitement and hyperbole about innovation, pivoting, running lean and so on.  It can be easy to think that project management has no place in the worlds of the Web Summit and start-ups.  […]

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Driving Digital Transformation

Digital transformation is having a significant impact on organisations across many sectors.  Not everyone will be impacted to the same degree or at the same pace, but digital transformation represents a very significant change in the way we work and live.  As with all technological advances, separating the hype from the reality is a challenge […]

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On September 22, 2015, posted in: blog, Change, Growth, Home Page Posts, Innovation, Strategy, Talent, Uncategorized by

Webinar on Demand: Driving Profitability through Process Excellence

Many thanks to those of you who tuned into our recent webinar, which examined process excellence and how it can drive profitability and boost customer retention. The webinar marked the launch of our Process Excellence practice, led by James Doyle. If you missed the event, you can access the webinar on demand by clicking below. […]

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On October 30, 2012, posted in: blog, Excellence by

Clarion are Hiring Project Managers in UK (London/M25)

Project Manager Profile Clarion Consulting At Clarion Consulting, we help clients to improve efficiency and build sustainable competitive advantage through the development of project management capability, the close alignment of IT and business strategy and provision of skilled IT and business resources. Clarion is a successful and expanding Business and IT consulting practice. Practice areas […]

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On October 3, 2012, posted in: Jobs, Project, UK by

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PMO Challenges

Brief posting today – highlighting research from 2010 (which is still valid today) on the challenges facing organisations looking to implement a Project Management Office – and for those looking to maintain and keep a PMO. 

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On October 1, 2012, posted in: Project by

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Webinar on Demand: Protecting the Reputation of the PMO

Pat Millar, managing director with Clarion Consulting discusses practical ways in which project management practitioners can build and protect the reputation of the project management office.  

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On June 21, 2012, posted in: blog, Project by

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The Importance of Managing Change in Implementation Projects

Within any implementation project there are multiple life-cycles and frameworks operating in parallel – the ‘Implementation life-cycle’ (providing a framework from the needs assessment, through system selection, implementation and benefits realisation); the ‘Project Management life-cycle’ (providing a structured framework for planning, control, monitoring and executing) and finally the ‘Change Management’ life-cycle (taking the enterprise from […]

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On December 19, 2011, posted in: blog, Change, Project, Project Management by

Is Localicious how Yellow/White pages should be using LBM?

There’s no reason for defending failing LBM concepts for their experimental value, or for a single bright feature anymore. This is 2011. We’ve had two years now to analyse this market and predict its development. So really, there is no reasonable defense to be making old mistakes again, as in the case of Localicious. Uhhm, Loca-what? […]

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5 things Foursquare and Facebook places can learn from Google+

Having looked at Google+ over the weekend, it seems there’s enough in there to make a few social media tech firms scratch their heads. Where most people mention Twitter, Facebook and even Skype, I want to zoom in on the location based networking aspect of Google+ I think this will by far be the most […]

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