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.
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.
The Project Economy needs a manifesto. Antonio Nieto establishes 12 guiding principles to revolutionize project management and implementation practices. These principles seek to make project management more accessible, understandable, and applicable to experts and non-experts alike.
In project environments, where should project professionals be pushing for the use of AI? What limitations should be placed on it? And how should it be monitored and managed? Here's a reminder to look for the easy wins.
When it comes to digesting change, not all organizations are created equal. As a project manager, you need to be aware of change saturation and what influences it. How do you put this into practice?
Question: We are an organization that has both manufacturing type teams and those who do more software-oriented things. Management really wants us to do things that are more similar in the way we manage projects. Since what we do doesn’t really lend itself to a single approach to the work we need to complete, how can we set up something that works for both parts of the organization?
'Culture' has become a bit of an overused word, and it means different things in different environments. Those different meanings can cause confusion and fatigue, but as PMs we have to recognize how important it is to develop an environment where people can not only give of their best, but where they want to.