For all project managers, it’s important that their stakeholders support their actions and decisions. When that doesn’t happen, problems arise.
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Beyond the Stethoscope: How AI is Reshaping Hospital Operations (Part 2) – Medical Teams and Patientsby
As our interview series on artificial intelligence in healthcare continues, the focus shifts to key stakeholders such as the medical team and patients at a hospital in India--who express both optimism and skepticism at the technology.
Beyond the Stethoscope: How AI is Reshaping Hospital Operations (Part 1) – A Stakeholder Perspectiveby
In healthcare, artificial intelligence has the potential to bring operational efficiencies, augment staff productivity and improve patient care. In this new series, a practitioner and her colleagues explore the challenges and opportunities facing the industry.
Twenty years after their first encounter, a project management trainer (aka “the vendor”) and a consumer of that content (aka “the client”) take time to reflect on vendor/client alliances and their own relationship. (Spoiler alert: It’s all about the people!)
Managing stakeholders is a science and art. This is especially true in the healthcare, where constant decisions literally present life-and-death situations. Read more about the uniqueness of stakeholders in this industry.
With the return of in-person events, it might be time for PMI chapter leaders to reassess how they’re engaging members. Here are some strategies across the community that chapters have used successfully.
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?
A temporary mill shutdown project in the pulp and paper industry proved to be a challenge for this practitioner. Read how he utilized communication tools to help optimize efficiencies.
For external projects, there isn't a lot of direct connection with customers—and that is a lost opportunity. There is tremendous value in trying to make these customers "real." How can we achieve that level of understanding?
It can be tough to keep customers’ attention—and ultimately keep them happy. True and meaningful relationships are built on shared experiences and interactions. You need to put in the work—and these pointers can help.