In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, embarking on an Artificial Intelligence (AI) project with a Private Equity client over the past year has been nothing short of a thrilling journey.
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If there is one thing that draws long sighs from project professionals, it's buzz terms like equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI).
Everyone, from company chair to factory worker, erupted into cheers.
February can be the hardest month in which to motivate yourself as you plug away through the short days with a snivelling cold to boot.
Forgive me for starting with some sweeping generalisations about three key personality traits of project professionals, but I hope you’ll be able to relate.
Why bother going to a conference? They can be huge, impersonal events, full of people desperate to flog you their wares, not to mention endless presentations in darkened rooms, with much of the content unrelated to the work that you do.
You may be thinking ‘oh no not another article about organisational change’, however, despite all the philosophies and taught approaches, we have missed identifying the key component; that point in time when everything is aligned for change to successfully happen.
As 2024 unfolds, the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) into project delivery is transitioning from futuristic vision to tangible reality.
Following The link between personal autonomy and project performance) by Sam Jefferies, I’ve been using my own experiences in the civil service to consider how we might apply that same thinking.
From an outside perspective, the transition from project to programme management makes logical sense.