Artificial intelligence will become a significantly important tool for project managers to use, especially for problem-solving and decision-making. How easy or difficult will it be to get stakeholders to support AI practices?
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Seemingly overnight, there has been an explosion in the presence, prevalence and relevance of artificial intelligence. What does it all mean, how does it work, and just what does it promise for the future? These are important questions to ask. Getting practical and honest answers is somewhat more complicated.
Effective communication is essential to project success. Can AI help with that? Can a likeness of George Clooney, Beyonce or Lionel Messi help to engage a stakeholder who has been less than responsive?
By leveraging artificial intelligence, agile teams can gain greater insights into potential risks, make more informed decisions, and improve outcomes. From identification and forecasting to monitoring and contingency planning, here are four ways that using AI can make a positive difference in agile risk management.
An organization is looking into AI to streamline story point estimation for its agile work. The leadership believe that AI is going to simplify the process, increase productivity and improve accountability. But its agile teams are pushing back.
The PMI Sweden and PMI Rio de Janeiro chapters—in close collaboration with chapters across the globe—are ramping up the quest to investigate where the project management community is headed with artificial intelligence. Help the effort by participating in a new survey!
Several best practices have emerged over the years to enhance the success rates of digital transformation projects. Here we look at seven—and explore what makes them different from AI implementation projects, which are often mistaken for them.
Organizations can improve project success rates through the strategic application of artificial intelligence tools, but they’ll improve their chances even more through agile-based change management practices and leadership.
Artificial intelligence gives project managers hard-won abstracted frameworks and impressive solution offerings to work with—but suffers from blatant marketing overreach that capitalizes on its sensationalism. Clear heads must prevail through a moderated view.
From a project’s kickoff to final delivery, storytelling is a critical, if underused, tool for project managers. Can ChatGPT help? By generating ideas and connections based on your input, this natural language processing tool can prompt your own thinking and lead to more compelling stories.