An in-depth exploration of the survey data from the Community Led AI in PM 2023 Survey. We will present a deeper understanding of the project management community's perspectives on AI, implications for the future of project management and provide actionable recommendations.
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In today's dynamic and diverse work landscape, the effective collaboration of project teams is essential for success. This webinar, titled "Technology-Enabled Collaboration for Inclusive Project Teams," delves into the transformative role of technology in fostering collaboration among diverse team members. By harnessing the power of technological tools, this webinar explores how project teams can break down barriers, bridge geographical divides, and amplify the voices of those who might traditionally be excluded. Join us to discover strategies that leverage technology to create an inclusive environment, where every team member's unique perspective and expertise are not only valued but also actively integrated into the project's journey towards excellence.
In recent years, data-driven approaches are outperforming old-school gut instinct and determination, and for good reason. This webinar is about effective ways to apply a data-driven approach to project trend identification and analysis.
The presentation will address strategies and best practices to effectively lead and motivate IT Professionals and management pitfalls to avoid.
Managing a software development team is a unique endeavor that sets it apart from other disciplines within management. The field of software development is inherently centered around human collaboration, while simultaneously demanding technical expertise and adherence to rigorous processes. As a result, a software development manager must possess a comprehensive understanding of the diverse aspects involved in managing both the development process itself and the team executing it. Whether you aspire to directly manage a software development team or assume the role of a Project Manager overseeing a software project, a solid grasp of software development management is imperative for consistent and repeatable success. Familiarizing yourself with the terminology, psychological dynamics, and intrinsic workings of software development management is crucial. Additionally, it is highly likely that you will collaborate closely with a software development manager to effectively plan, execute, control, and monitor your project.
Although AI is yet to be a standard tool in the world of projects, Gartner predicts that by 2030, 80 percent of project management tasks will be run by AI, powered by big data, machine learning, and natural language processing. When this next generation of tools is widely adopted, we will see radical changes in how projects are managed in many industries.
Why is data analytics important for project managers? What should project managers know about data analytics tools? This webinar will answer both questions and describe what is possible with current data analytics and business intelligence tools. Attendees will leave with a better idea of how data analytics can positively impact project management outcomes and how they can utilize data analytics tools and techniques to get there.
This presentation will focus on providing a message about your project with supporting data. It will be a pragmatic approach to better engage your audience and help them retain your message. There will be examples of the stories and the appropriate means of communicating the message.
Although they may appear to be competitors, Agile and Lean Six Sigma have the same objective: supporting the organization’s priorities by achieving customer satisfaction. Lean Six Sigma has a very mature approach to process improvement: DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control). This approach can certainly be used for a successful Agile transformation. The webinar is based on the author's experience using the Lean Six Sigma DMAIC framework for Process Improvement for software development projects with a focus on D (Define).
The daily standup is a key Agile practice. Since the latest Scrum Guide release, it has changed and become less rigid than before, no longer relying on the key three questions. In addition, for teams running Kanban, the daily standup can take on a different form.