The Project Manager of the Future: Developing Digital-Age Project Management Skills to Thrive in Disruptive Timesby
The future of project management will require organizations and individuals alike to embrace a full spectrum of competencies and approaches. Businesses must be agile and quick to adapt in our rapidly evolving and highly competitive environment.
Since the advent of project management, there’s been a lot done in terms of education, training and skill development in the field. We should be getting it right by now. We're not.
The rise of the independent worker is changing the career landscape for many of us. Have you considered becoming your own boss? Where should you start?
The corporate training and learning market is evolving, and that has implications for project managers and the organizations that employ them. Are you ready?
One of the most important roles a project manager plays is to act as translator between different project areas. Here’s how to become multilingual.
The idea of drawing inspiration and learning lessons from movies has become a habit for this practitioner over the years. How can we view Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai through the lens of project management principles?
Getting a tattoo is an act of meaning. You get “inked” to help you remember something: an idea, a person, an inspiration. What PM tattoos should you consider to help you on your road to success? Part 2 explores more ink options.
Meetings are often viewed as "business as usual," with stakeholders dreading each occurrence and calendar invitation. Adopting a project management mindset will propel meetings to the next level by treating each meeting as its own project, enabling you to plan proactively, execute effectively, adjust accordingly and close meaningfully.
Working in a diverse, multicultural environment is fun—but also challenging. It requires an endless curiosity and acceptance of other cultures. If you manage this right, you will experience an enlightening journey.