Artificial intelligence is not far from becoming a mainstream part of how businesses operate. That’s going to be disruptive, and project management may be impacted more than most areas—and not in the way many of us fear.
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The initial impact of a disruptive change may be seen as having limited scope and impact, but when a “new kid on the block” technology starts getting a stronger and stronger foothold, a cascading evolutionary effect turns what might be considered an otherwise cute concept into an annoying competitor—and eventually the prodigy that is the identifying hallmark for the business.
Industry edges have blurred, and novel technologies are rapidly emerging. With numerous solutions to choose from, it’s extremely hard to systematically utilize innovative technologies. In this article, the writer shares some tips to help you navigate through disruptive times with a “next practices” approach.
A national space agency has remained at the forefront of today’s satellite technology not simply by continually developing its technical expertise, but also by harnessing that expertise to an unconventional form of project management—one that has emerged from its most disruptive and challenging projects.
In today’s world where we are experiencing massive changes in all facets of life, our craft has become quite pervasive. It’s thought-provoking to consider the upcoming demand for project managers. What challenges are ahead?
Disruptive technology is more than just one of the latest buzzword terms, it’s something that will change project management. Are we returning to project managers who have to be IT experts?
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.
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…