The project management profession, like many others, faces an emergent threat from artificial intelligence (AI)-based technologies. Project managers are likely to experience a major upheaval during the 2020s.
We’re effectively in an arms race to apply AI to counteract other usage of AI.
Generative artificial intelligence (AI) is garnering a lot of attention these days. Although impressive, it isn’t perfect and as a result we run the risk of underestimating the potential impact of this swiftly improving environment.
A fundamental assumption with data-driven decision making is that your decision makers are capable of doing so. That’s a huge assumption.
A pattern is a description of a general solution to a common problem or issue from which a detailed solution to a specific problem may be determined . A process pattern is a pattern which describes a proven and successful way of working (WoW).
Rational Unified Process (RUP) started in the mid-1990s as a process framework for object-oriented (OO) software engineering. It quickly became the dominant process in the late 1990s, but was eclipsed by agile ways of working (WoW) in the early 2000s. It was effectively retired by IBM Rational in the early 2010s.
A data-driven enterprise is one in which decision makers seek, and then consider relevant data when making their decisions.
The term project is too narrow given how it is used in practice. That fact is that you have many types of initiatives underway, including but not limited to projects.
Books about Atari Inc. that I have found to be good reads.