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.
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?
There’s a lot more to artificial intelligence than chatbots, and many AI applications will contribute to project management. But that doesn’t mean it's coming to take your job. In fact, AI is going to make project managers' lives a lot better.
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?
What technology will your organization expand on or adopt this year? These four technologies expect to have a big influence on our industry....but don't get starry-eyed over big words and bigger promises.
The race to acquire talented resources for your team has never been tighter. Despite the difficulties that surround finding outstanding talent, there are more options than ever. Even traditional ways of finding people have changed. Here’s how you can make the best of finding your new team.
What will project managers be doing in 2030? Believe it or not, with all the work being taken off our shoulders, even more is being added. In the near future, organizational leadership will increasingly expect PMs to be brilliant in a wide range of strategic imperatives.
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?