BRM as a Philosophy widens the lens on BRM and demonstrates that the strategic and tactical skills of BRMs have a broader use in the world at large. Notably, everything from breaking down silos to convergence of ideas can be applied in a bigger, philosophical sense. Ultimately, BRM focuses on the building and fostering of relationships to satisfy personal and organizational purpose.
Become an Evolutionary Leader, Shape Tomorrow
True leaders are adaptable and have a pulse on the environment in which they operate in order to evolve. As the global human population grows exponentially, the need for evolutionary leaders is more critical than ever. Additionally, understanding how to lead people with authenticity is paramount if we aim to foster a more equitable world where everyone has a voice.
How Progressive’s IT BRM Team Leverages Empathy
In order to better understand your strategic partners and address their needs, BRMs need empathy in their toolset. When you view your strategic partners as equals, you maintain the mindset of shared risk—shared reward, and can move to a Trusted Advisor in that relationship more efficiently.
The Birth of the Single Global BRM Community
Through the continued exploration of BRM as a philosophy, the power of all relationships within an organization and their ability to drive value and satisfy purpose is a primary focus for BRM Institute. Business Relationship Management as a philosophy, capability, role, and discipline provides the opportunity to radically transform the world through authentic relationships.
How and Why to Land a BRM Role
BRM is everywhere. For this reason, we interviewed and compiled advice from BRMs across all varieties of experience, industries, and team sizes within our single, global community. We asked them why someone should aspire to become a BRM and how to go about pursuing a career in BRM.
BRM Institute’s New Board Member Teaches us to Evolve by Loving Problems
Meet Dilchad Dharsey, BRM Institute’s newest member on the Board of Directors, who embodies the heart of BRM at its most connected.
The Root of BRM is More than IT and Business, it’s Human Connection
“People have lost the ability to connect and work together in a way that sparks creativity, that fosters chaos, (and) that supports failure,” Dizes said.
In an interview with CEO of APM Group Richard Pharro, Danielle Dizes, Knowledge Champion of BRM Institute, unpacks BRM philosophy, why it’s helping our global relationship crisis, and the benefits we’re reaping because of it.
Moving the Needle on Culture Evolution
What is culture? Culture is symbolic communication. It represents a way of life for a group of people with shared behaviors, beliefs, values, and symbols. As BRMs, we manage a delicate balance between optimizing business value and evolving culture towards shared partnerships.
BRM in 2030 and Beyond
BRMs are tomorrow’s future leaders, and that BRM may very well go by a different name in the future: Leadership. Adopt a Growth Mindset, not a Fixed Mindset, to drive organizational behavior.
Why Does a BRM Exist?
As the world evolves its understanding of what business is, our understanding of purpose begs the question,“What drives purpose?” That answer is philosophy.
Are You Living on Purpose?
From moving personal stories to tactical advice for advancing Business Capability, Liz’s BRMConnect Closing Keynote demonstrated exactly the awesome power, empathy and creativity of a BRM. Discovering your purpose is an evolutionary process. Watch the livestream replay and download interactive tools to uncover your true purpose in life!
BRM Philosophy is the Wind that Propels Evolutionary Thought Leadership
In his presentation at BRMConnect 2019, Tyrone Green, IT Sr. Director of PepsiCo, recognizes that BRM Philosophy drives thought leadership in the face of generational workforce evolution.
Stellar Communication Equals Successful Collaboration
When aiming for successful collaboration, there is no “one-size-fits-all solution.” It’s a tailored, iterative process that considers the partner experience, and is driven by stellar communication through BRM. During the breakout session during BRMConnect 2019, Bob Roark explains Collaboration for Success.