Navigating the Future of Project Management: Challenges and Opportunities
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International Project Management Day is celebrated annually on the first Thursday of November and is all about appreciating the important role project managers play in our societies. The project management profession is constantly challenged by constant contextual changes. In the 21st century these changes are exponentially developing. Issues such as sustainability, social responsibility, governance, agility, and artificial intelligence are now the perspective of project managers.
In his recent article, Prof. Dr. Jiwat Ram is experimenting with the prompting strategy into the LLMs and reflecting on the benefits of such interactions that the project managers and entrepreneurs could use for their business purposes.
In this article, Prof. Dr. Jiwat Ram looked at responsible versus responsive PM and proposed a framework to achieve the goals of responsible and responsive PM.
The utility and applications of large language models (LLMs) such as ChatGPT are growing with every passing day. It offers opportunities as well as challenges in relation to using technology in an appropriate manner. IPMA blog author Dr Jiwat Ram decided to put theory to the test and find out how ChatGPT could help in the creation of information that can be used for writing a project management plan (PMP).
The growing influence of artificial intelligence (AI) across a variety of domains, including healthcare, transportation, education, and wider business management, is making headlines. The advent of large language models (LLMs) such as ChatGPT has only contributed to furthering interest in the use of AI for all sorts of purposes.
It is the third time that the Global Customers of the International Project Management Association met together in order to exchange best practices in the discipline of project management and co-create the development of new certification products. This time the meeting took place at the Headquarters of Siemens-Austria, in Vienna.
As organizations become more project-savvy, the concept of portfolio management is gaining some momentum and growing acceptance.
Forward-thinking project teams recognise the need for decision-making to be supported by accurate data. Here are five superpowers that data analytics can give project managers. Have you managed a project and wished data from previous initiatives were at your fingertips to help you understand and predict the success of your current work? Maybe to help […]
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