While still in its infancy, ChatGPT has already caused some sleepless nights. What are the implications of this new technology for project managers, and what can they do to thrive in this burgeoning field of artificial intelligence?
This year will be a turning point for artificial intelligence, one of the seven top technology trends that project managers and organizations must focus on. What else made the list—and how prepared are you to adapt?
Instead of driving the completion of tasks, project leaders should point teams in the right direction and empower them to deliver positive results. Good teams become great when they have the resources needed to succeed, the flexibility to innovate, and the ownership to grow.
When Agile emerged on the scene, it was a dramatic alternative to the way that projects were traditionally delivered, forcing organizations and teams to rethink what they were doing and how. But now that Agile is mainstream, what’s the Next Big Disruptor?
Nearly a decade ago, this practitioner examined the proposition that if we want to understand what project management’s future might look like, a good place to start is to look at how people in the past envisioned the future. Is that proposition still valid?
Some innovations and sci-fi level technologies that we once only imagined in the movies (Internet of the Body? Thought-driven prosthetics?) are just around the corner. Is this something we should applaud or fear?
As companies increasingly develop and adopt AI technologies to gain competitive advantage, the need to assure absolute trustworthiness in their products and services becomes paramount. What actions are organizations taking to make ethical artificial intelligence a reality?
Question: Things seem to be shifting so quickly in the project management world. There are now multiple ways to run projects, and each article or online class suggests that their way is the best. I need to be planning for the next 20 years of my career, hopefully including promotions to higher levels of responsibility. What do I need to embrace and learn in order to remain relevant and help my employer achieve success?
If we want to encourage collaboration, cooperation and empathy in your organization and team culture, we must reward it. We also need to cut through hierarchy to recognize and value what each person brings to the table and give them a real or virtual chair.