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.
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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?
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.
An increased emphasis on talent management and the demand for adequate staff must be aligned with and integrated into the organization’s business and operations strategy and model. Are you prepared to craft a tailored talent management strategy?
The idea of drawing inspiration and learning lessons from movies has become a habit for this practitioner over the years. How can we view Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai through the lens of project management principles?
We are a generation who stand with one foot in the outgoing industrial era and one in the knowledge-based future. Training and education that prepared us well for careers in the past will not work in a faster-moving future. Now, we need to be not just lifelong learners, but engaged, active lifelong learners.
According to PMI, your personal development plan should cover the strategic and business management portion of the Talent Triangle™. But finding useful information in this area can be difficult.
Winning contracts is a team effort. An organization must practice transparency so that project managers have enough information to understand the wider picture to focus their projects on creating business value.
With growing demand for IT talent comes competition for that talent. This usually means a lot of IT pros will be changing employers as they seek to find better pay and/or to pursue career growth opportunities. Here we look at some trending jobs.
Encouraging innovation is much tougher than it sounds. Innovations are about the new, unfamiliar and often unknown—and those attributes often equate to additional delays. How do you encourage innovation?