Innovation is the fuel for growth in today’s competitive world. But can project managers provide some of that fuel, or does the nature of the job prevent it?
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Senior PMI leaders and representatives from PMI’s Global Executive Council recently appeared in an online video series sponsored by World Finance. The videos cover a range of topic areas, including a discussion on how digital transformation is changing the nature of project management.
There’s a problem in our culture’s innovation discussion. We equate innovation almost exclusively with digital technology or new products. What do you need to do? Develop an innovation mindset.
While some people seem to be naturally innovative, there are ways to increase your chances of finding innovative solutions—even if you (or your team) do not possess the innovation gene.
The explosion of app-style productivity tools in business is fundamentally changing how people work. Why is project management not benefitting from those game changers?
New project managers are exposed to conflicting guidance. Recommendations often appear to be at odds, so what is the new PM to do? Let’s examine the basics so we can make an informed decision...
Delivery maturity is a measure that allows a team or organization to evaluate its processes and methods against a clearly defined benchmark—and the robotic process automation (RPA) development life cycle is no different from the standard project development life cycle.
Innovation is much more than an executive and marketing buzzword; it can be a serious bottom-line contributor. This is beginning to create challenges for program and project managers. PMs are certainly much more in the spotlight...so we need to prepare.
Throughout 2018, Project Management Institute has explored how organizations are using technologies such as artificial intelligence, the cloud and the internet of things to achieve their goals. While no one single factor can drive benefits realization in these fast-emerging areas, proven project management practices lead to greater success and less waste.
While disruptive innovation started life as simply one model or approach to innovating, it’s quickly evolved to be the only game in town. If you’re not disrupting, it would seem, then you’re just not innovating. How did we get from there to here?