How will things like artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, virtual reality and PMO leadership affect project management in 2024 and beyond? Read about the trends shaping our craft, and why C-level executives down to project team members need to be aware of them.
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Organizations are always looking to improve strategic decision-making, but that can be a very difficult thing to achieve. However, there are ways to gain an advantage—and recognizing that decision-making is a team sport is one of them.
In the realm of project management, efficiency and optimization are the cornerstones for success. One method that has significantly contributed to enhancing processes and identifying areas for improvement is Value Stream Mapping (VSM). Learn how to apply Value Stream Mapping in your projects in this webinar.
It is with great sadness that we share news on the passing of James R. Snyder, who was the last living co-founder of the Project Management Institute.
Three distinguished and highly esteemed AI specialists provide their expert opinions on the recent Artificial Intelligence and Project Management survey, drawing from their extensive knowledge and experience to shed light on the reasons behind the observed trends.
The aim of a project manager should be more of what not to become than what to become. This article discusses how a PM can keep their eyes open and move beyond their self-drawn, self-controlled, and tightly closed circle to think outside the box.
We all have experienced unpleasant or difficult solutions. What differs for an uncomfortable solution is that the experience is isolated and temporary. Toxic and challenging environments are problematic on a sustained basis. The complication is not getting through the next meeting or the next morning, but about making it through the year. And the next. And perhaps the one after that. Successfully doing so draws on a range of skills and abilities. We have to assess what is going on. We have to know what available strategies exist to manage—or at least to cope. We have to weigh the potential benefits with the consequences. Ultimately, we have to choose when to act. Sometimes we also have to decide when not to act. If you’ve been confronted with a difficult and toxic environment—or you fear encountering one in the future—this is a presentation that you won’t want to miss.