You can hardly turn on your computer without being flooded with (often contradictory) posts about the changes afoot in the project management discipline.
Imagine you're flipping a coin to predict your business success. With poor change management, it's like hitting heads just 15% of the time. But with excellent organizational change management, you turn into a lucky charm, landing tails (success) a whopping 93% of the time!
Have you ever witnessed the domino effect of a missed deadline in the fast-paced world of business? The team is thrown into disarray, progress stalls, and targets fall by the wayside. Essentially, the ball is dropped.
Last month, I offered some words of …. Well, if not wisdom, then at least caution … for adopters of AI in project management. Since then, we’ve been working on a research study, slated to launch at the end of January, which includes questions about how organizations are using AI in the project management realm.
Isn’t it surprising how project management scope creep continues to derail even the most meticulously planned modern projects? Many technology projects fail to meet expectations, resulting in substantial losses for the companies that initiate them.
Have you ever found yourself staring at yet another project that’s veering dangerously off course, wondering, “How did we get here again?” If you’re a seasoned project leader, this scenario probably sounds all too familiar.
No project is flawless from the start. Creating a brilliant idea is just the starting point; turning it into reality requires a robust project execution plan. However, project execution remains one of the most challenging phases of the project roadmap.
What does it take to build a team that can not only keep up with the rapid changes but also be the vanguard of innovation and performance? How can you ensure that your team is equipped with the skills, mindset, and solutions to achieve outstanding results?
You probably can’t shoot spiderwebs from your fingertips but you do possess uniquely human powers that allow you to excel at things AI developers can only dream of.
On Monday, October 17, 2022, at 9:00 am Perth (UTC +8), two Jamaican Project Managers started the journey of a trip around the world in 18 hours! This quest started with excitement, curiosity, and an eagerness to explore and learn more about the challenges, trends, and best practices in Project Management.