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We Need to Get Past the IT-centric PMO

by Andy Jordan

For many organizations, PMOs are still inevitably viewed as an IT-aligned function. That needs to change. When a company's only PMO is within IT, there is never going to be sufficient visibility to ensure that the net value delivery is positive.

We Need to Push AI Boundaries

by Andy Jordan

If the obvious AI use cases in projects are only offering incremental improvements over the automation that has been happening for years, and the more transformative use cases are still a step too far for organizations, where’s the middle ground?

We Should All Be Learners

by Mike Griffiths

Learning and the need to learn are hallmarks of the professional knowledge worker. To be effective leaders and help promote learning in our teams and organizations, we must embrace and model desired behaviors.

We’re Back – and Live from Las Vegas!

by PMI

Where will you be on 1 December? If you want to immerse yourself in educational sessions livestreamed from Global Summit, interact with dynamic speakers, and connect with thousands of global project professionals, don’t miss the final 2022 installment of PMI’s award-winning Virtual Experience Series. Register today!

Weather Forecasters: Terrific Project Managers

by William Davis

Like project managers, weather forecasters predict, or forecast, what will happen in the future. But they have an advantage over most PMs when it comes to estimating future uncertainties. Weather forecasters forecast the future more than they predict the future, and forecasts are superior to predictions for aligning stakeholder expectations and improving stakeholder decision making.

Web 2.0 Intelligence

by Vijay Sankaran

As social networking sites become hubs of information with attribute and interaction data, they become ripe for analyzing behaviors and demographics. This Web 2.0 intelligence can provide businesses invaluable opportunities to harness the power of communities.


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