Browsing Tag: project manager

Is Project Management a Dying Career? Evolution or Extinction?

Project management is adapting, not dying. AI and automation aid, but cannot replace, the human element in managing complex projects. With the rise of agile methods, project managers must develop new skills, such as data literacy and a deep understanding of their industry. Future project managers will likely work more flexibly, on a project-to-project basis, and use data analytics for strategic decision-making. Continuous learning and adaption are key to staying relevant in the evolving project management field.

Three Types of Managers You Can Be

In a typical structure, it usually goes Portfolio Manager, Program Manager, and then Project Manager. Let’s start with Portfolio Manager.  What is a Portfolio Manager? A Portfolio Manager is usually responsible for having a mix of programs, projects, and operational tasks. This is often the Director of a department, Account Executive in a consulting company, […]

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