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AI is contributing by creating information from data. You do not have information, you have data. Key is to take into account Claude Shannon "A Mathematical Theory of Communication"
Interesting your question
Thanks for sharing
A book that was bestseller of the New York Times in 2017 came to hand: "Life 3.0 Being Human In The Age Of Artificial Intelligence " from Max Tegmark
here are a couple of PMI-based links which might be helpful for you:
I went through those links and found them really informative and interesting. I mean, it's phenomenal how AI has disrupted the business landscape. Not just AI, in fact, Robotic process automation (RPA), edge computing and blockchain are expected to transform businesses in coming years. Interpretation of job applications using RPA, visualizing and analyzing data in real-time using edge computing and enhanced security and transparency through blockchain could take project management to next level. It will empower decision making and will also help streamline project plans strategically.
Obviously, keeping these benefits in mind, project managers are expected to accept and embrace this change with an open mindset and promote experimentation.
What do you think?
Correct, we as PMs are expected to be change resilient and act as change catalysts.
For some of the disruptive technologies which you've mentioned, it will be business as usual for us in our PM roles. The implementation of the technologies will impact the daily work (and possibly jobs) of stakeholders and we need to manage those changes transparently and fairly.
However, some of the changes (AI being one) will impact our own roles - that is where we will need to "eat our own dog food" when it comes to being willing to embrace changes that impact us.
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