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Gene Bounds

Gene Bounds is the president of Bounds Associates. Bounds Associates provides advice, assistance, and training on business management, project/program management, acquisition management, and financial management. Mr. Bounds worked for Booz Allen Hamilton and Robbins-Gioia.

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Advisory Group

 Gene Bounds says, “As executive sponsor it is critical to understand who on the leadership team would be affected or could gain benefit from the  project."

Carry the Message

Gene Bounds suggests a successful executive sponsor needs to be

Celebration

Gene Bounds suggests that we don’t celebrate our successes sufficiently.

Change Effect

Gene Bounds spent several years on...

Change Professional

Gene Bounds suggests “You need to acknowledge that a project or program will introduce change to the organization.

Constructive Friction

As Gene Bounds defines it, constructive friction is...

Culture Change

Gene Bounds recalls a large program that involved the Federal...

Get on the Agenda

 Gene Bounds suggests a technique he uses

Just Say No

Gene Bounds suggests the executive sponsor is a key person in the program. 

Kick-off and Forget

Gene Bounds suggests the executive sponsors often kick-off and forget

Leverage Stakeholder

Gene Bounds think executive sponsors often fail to recognize who on the executive or leadership team has a stake in the project.

More is Less

Gene Bounds suggests that the more diverse the inputs from across the...

Parallel Collaboration

Gene Bounds says, “At any one time in any organization there are lots of projects going on.

Personal Expense

Gene Bounds paints this picture:

RightIT

As Gene Bounds says, “I was first reached by the then current executive sponsor of a project called “RightIT.

Stakeholder Liaison

Gene Bounds reminds us that part of a good sponsor’s job is...

Success Redefined

Gene Bounds has watched over a number of years a certain evolution in...

Think like Leaders

Gene Bounds suggests you empower your teams to think like leaders.

Translation

Gene Bounds suggests, “The problem is that project managers have their own view and language.

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