Quantum Computing Revisited
Categories: quantum computing
In an email from MIT, they wrote:
"There's no denying it.
Quantum Computing (QC) is close to realizing its potential of having a substantial impact across industries. In fact, Gartner's "Top 10 Technology Trends for 2019" report predicts that by 2023, 20% of organizations will be budgeting for quantum computing projects."
Are you ready to manage a quantum computing project?
CNBC ‘make it’ - recently published an article (May 4, 2019) titled, "The 10 highest-paying jobs in tech." The link is provided below. It is an interesting read for sure. The most interesting portion of the article is the 7th highest-paying job! They identified "Technical program manager" (TPM) as number seven with the average salary of $145,000 that is based on open positions/roles listed on the Glassdoor website.
Clearly, this serves to solidify the need for the webinars that cover emerging technologies and clearly substantiates the need for continually monitoring emerging technologies (as we do here on this blog) in order for a PMs to gain knowledge and skills that will serve to differentiate them from general PMs that seek positions like this. As your knowledge, skills and experience increase over time, your fair market value increases. With estimates of trillions of $$$ of emerging technology in market value, it is easy to see how the demand will undoubtedly grow for the next several years.
UPDATE: Talent & Technology Symposium June 2018: Drones – Coming to a Project Near You!
This article clearly indicates the value drone usage can have when properly applied. "Drones are now delivering life-saving medicines to remote parts of Ghana" - MIT
Current (optimistic) projections suggest that the global robot market could dramatically grow to a whopping $250 billion USD in the next few years. Well, with this kind of power, that seems more likely. Take a look.
An interesting question came up in an executive briefing and thought it would be interesting to get your thoughts on it. How dependent will your business be on technology in the next 3 to 5 years?
Please comment below and take the poll at the web address below.