The disruptive trends of over a dozen emerging technologies have raised the concern that many organizations and individuals will find it difficult to cope given the magnitude of impact. Like it or not, change is occurring—and it will have a disruptive influence in your professional and your personal life.
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Design thinking is a systematic approach to problem solving centered on customers and the capability to create a better future for them. In the portfolio management context, design thinking is applied to the design of business prototypes or corporate strategies and promotes innovation.
You can achieve small wins with your seminars by improving awareness with attendees about important topics in your community and industry. Let’s look at some trending topics that are perfect for exploring through professional development seminars—and the seminar wins this practitioner experienced through his local PMI chapter.
Project management sure loves its trends. Recently, hybrid has become the hot new fad promising to change everything. Seems like we’ve heard that before…
Encouraging innovation is much tougher than it sounds. Innovations are about the new, unfamiliar and often unknown—and those attributes often equate to additional delays. How do you encourage innovation?
To stay ahead of emerging competition and expand their customer base, established organizations are embarking upon digital transformation. The challenge lies in changing existing lines of business and aligning organizational culture. This article shares transformation strategies for a process-mature organization.
Corporate culture is critically important; it can be the glue that holds an organization together and is a powerful foundation. But that culture is a byproduct of how the organization behaves—not a driver of it.
Doing better relates to best practices; however, over the last decade, doing differently has become a norm. The rate of change is as fast as we continually exchange ideas, and thus we have to embrace a new paradigm and utilize next practices.
While speculation about the end point of relentless progression hints at an ominous future, the present-day promise of artificial intelligence needs examining so we can better understand what it can—and cannot—do.
There are now AI services, products and capabilities that make AI available “off the shelf.” That means your organization no longer has to develop AI programs from scratch. With that change in mind, consider the following ways you can bring AI to your organization…