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Empowering Next-Gen PMs: Share, Don’t Teach

by Andy Jordan

It's always necessary to prepare the next generation for success. But today, a lot more thought has to be given to how to achieve that. But we must realize that empowering younger people to succeed is a shared learning experience.

4 Ways to Foster a High-Performing Project Team

by Bart Gerardi

Fostering high performance—and creating the right culture throughout the project—is one of the many ways that project managers help their teams succeed. Let’s look at some key ways to do this.

The Challenges of AI and Customer Data

by Andy Jordan

Artificial intelligence relies on data—and that can be a challenge if the data isn’t all yours. Organizations have to negotiate these challenges if they are to optimize their ability to leverage AI solutions in the coming years.

7 Ways to Increase Your Value Per Word

by Lonnie Pacelli

Do you make your words count? Gaining a reputation of having a high value per word tells others that you not only have something important to say, but also signals that you don’t want to waste others’ time filling air (or emails) with non-essential chatter.

Topic Teasers Vol. 168: High Performance Through Holacracy?

by Barbee Davis, MA, PHR, PMP, PMI-ACP, PMI-PBA

Question: I just heard of a new way to set up management of an organization: holacracy. Is this a tested system? Does it work? My sense is that it means to do away with traditional management as we know it and turn everything over to the employees. Any firm knowledge of it being tried—and being an advantage to an organization?

How to Assess Your Team Culture—and Make It Better

by Bruce Harpham

With all the enthusiasm about AI and new technology, we must not lose sight of people. But until you assess the quality of your team’s culture, it's tough to know what exactly you should do to improve.

Share Your AI Case Studies and Tool Use to Help Shape New Reports

by Marly Nilsson

Following in the success of the recent global chapter-led survey Artificial Intelligence and Project Management, the PMI Sweden Chapter and supporting chapters from across the globe are asking for your help to shape the next phase of the initiative.

8 Trends That Will Shape Project Management in 2024...and Beyond

by Michael Wood

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.

In Pursuit of Better Decisions

by Andy Jordan

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.


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