Join Bob McGannon for an in-depth discussion in this video Future trends in project management, part of Insights from a Project Manager.
- It's an interesting topic to bring up.…In some respects I look at project management and say,…you know, the Egyptians that built the pyramids had to be…pretty darn good project managers to coordinate all those…people to build such a magnificent structure.…So a lot of it is not going to change, but of course…the world is changing around us.…The thing that drives me towards really thinking…about different ways to do project management…is all around the different ways we communicate.…
Whenever I think of project management…I think of communication.…When I think of projects that fail,…it's a lack of communication.…We have more communication tools now,…some are richer in that we can have video conferences…and it's just like you're there.…Others are not so rich, but they're very instantaneous.…Various social media, text messaging,…instant messages on computers.…It seems to me that the changes in project manager…are going to be about the variety of communication tools…we use, and how we use them.…
I don't think as a community project managers know…
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