Conteneo Blog

Case Study: How to Take the Pain out Portfolio Prioritization

Posted by Luke Hohmann on Jan 12, 2016 6:12:56 PM

Ed. Note: This is the story of how Decision Engine and the Collaboration Framework known as “Buy a Feature/Budget Games” transformed the fourth largest telecommunications company in the world. 

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Topics: Agile, Budget Games, Buy a Feature, Collaboration, Collaboration Cloud, Collaboration Frameworks, customer, Customer Story, Decision Engine, Innovation Games, Multidimensional Collaboration, Prioritization

Budget Puzzles Considered Harmful

Posted by Luke Hohmann on Jan 11, 2016 2:53:26 PM

In my last post about Participatory Budgeting I discussed why surveys suck when used as a tool to understand budget priorities. But there is game-related evolution of surveys, so-called "budget puzzles", that are even more harmful than surveys because they create intense feeling of despair and harden political opinion. In an era of increasingly partisan politics, budget puzzles are making things worse, not better. What's especially sad about this is that it appears to be the exact opposite of the goals of the organizations who are promoting budget puzzles. In this post, I'll elaborate on why budget puzzles are considered harmful and show how collaborative participatory budgeting is the superior approach.

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Topics: Budget Games, Collaboration, Deliberative Decision Making, Every Voice Engaged, Participatory Budgeting, Prioritization, San Jose

Conteneo Leaders to Speak at PMI 2015 Symposium

Posted by Luke Hohmann on Sep 17, 2015 11:30:43 AM

Luke Hohmann, CEO & Founder of Conteneo, and Laura Richardson, VP of Business Development, will be speaking at the PMI Silicon Valley chapter's 2015 Symposium held at the Santa Clara Convention Center on October 5-6, 2015. This year's theme is “Learning Organization And Thought Leadership” and features keynotes, themed presentations and unconference discussions.

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Topics: Agile, Conferences, Decision Engine, Events, Every Voice Engaged, Laura Richardson, Luke Hohmann, pmi, Prioritization

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