By Dr. Elissa Farrow
In the ever-evolving landscape of portfolio management, organisations can now leverage advanced technologies to not only improve traditional practices but to also unlock new dimensions of efficiency and effectiveness.
By Dr. Elissa Farrow
By Brandon Fargis
This rhythm of exertion and recovery resonates deeply with the cadence of leadership in business. As we navigate through the final quarter, driving our teams towards end-of-year goals, we are reminded that endurance is not perpetual motion but rhythmic pacing.
By Alan Zucker
Artificial Intelligence (AI) will transform project management. It’s estimated that AI may replace 80% of project management activities by 2030.
By Veronica Thraen
Do you have a new project but don’t know where to begin? Are you an organizing whiz but prioritizing tasks doesn’t come as easily? Here are 8 steps to ensure the greatest project success — even if you are not a trained project manager:
By Dr. Michael Shick, MSPM, PMP, CSM
Think back to the various project leaders and managers you have worked with professionally. As you reflect, have you experienced a leader who truly knows themselves, stands firm on their morals, and genuinely understands their team?
By Ray W. Frohnhoefer
Ethical dilemmas frequently arise in project management, demanding conscientious decision-making. Ethical dilemmas involve making difficult choices when each choice violates a moral principle.
By Eugene Bounds and Steve Ackert
Recently, the buzzword artificial intelligence (AI) has been on everyone’s minds, not just in the tech world but across many industries, including project management.
By Dr. Harold Kerzner
Organizational projects are by nature far-reaching and complex. Understanding how corporate projects start and take shape, and recognizing different types of complexity can help you determine the appropriate methodology for the project.
By Luigi Morsa and Richard Maltzman
AI can contribute to PM (it requires a certain effort) and will not replace project managers. However, AI can be a powerful tool, but to get an immediate tangible effect or contribution, it must be used as an Assistant.