Evolution in technology relative to remote work has been one of the silver linings of the pandemic, and many companies are expected to continue using remote work situations after the pandemic is over.
The idea of ‘risk-based decision-making’ is becoming increasingly popular, and decision-makers at all levels are keen to ensure that their decisions take risk properly into account. But perhaps the term ‘risk-based decision-making’ is mistaken.
The events of 2020 have accelerated the uptake of software systems for project management. Aprika’s new sales director Trevor Doornbos shares his insights on what happened in 2020 and what’s to come.
Brisbane start-up Endeavour Programme has received $740,000 in Federal Government funding for Octant AI, to tackle cost and time overruns in projects of all types.
Within the project management space, AI has already begun to take over some of the routine administration tasks. Dr Greg Usher takes a futurist perspective of the profession and how it may change over the next five to 10 years.
It’s something project managers working with remote teams have always known: it is more effective to build a working relationship based on trust than to rely on surveillance technology to monitor team members’ productivity.
How to build an effective steering committee
Far too many sponsors, executives and project managers waste time in ineffective steering committee meetings. Dr Lynda Bourne provides advice that could save your project control board thousands of dollars in wasted time.
Farewell to project management’s voice of reason
“I first met Jed Simms when a distant journalist acquaintance called up and said I should meet a dynamic duo who were going to revolutionise benefits and value management in projects…” Editor Adeline Teoh pays homage to the late benefits expert, Jed Simms.