Managing Disruptive Technologies
According to a new in-depth report by Project Management Institute (PMI), 91 percent of organizations are feeling the impact of disruptive technologies and those that are not currently experiencing the impact are preparing for disruptive technologies to change their business over the next five years.
As organizations continue to face increased disruption, effective project management practices are more valuable than ever. Leading organizations are elevating the role of project professionals to take advantage of disruption. The 2018 Pulse of the Profession® in-depth report Next Practices: Maximizing the Benefits of Disruptive Technologies on Projects, based on a global survey conducted by PMI, identified two key performance levels among responding organizations – innovators and laggards.
> Innovator organizations are high-performing with a mature digital transformation strategy, risk tolerant, have adopted or committed to change and consider disruptive technologies to be a high organizational priority.
> By contrast, laggards have an immature digital transformation strategy (or none at all), are risk averse, and consider disruptive technologies to be a low organizational priority.
“From Uber to Airbnb, disruption has become part of the norm in business and we know that successful organizations are those that
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