Join us as we look at the future of project management.
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There is not a single profession that hasn’t been fundamentally changed by the technological revolution, from how we shop to how we build to how we spend our leisure time and money.
Given the changes that have occurred in other professions the project management profession has remained relatively unchanged. But the future is catching up with project management with the launch of new tools, technologies and techniques and we are seeing the start of what will be utterly fundamental changes to how to do ‘project management’.
In this session, Adam Skinner will explore what the rise of machine learning, automation and modern understandings of organisational psychology imply for how we do change and what skills the future project manager will need to grasp and master to stay relevant and impactful.
About the speaker
Adam Skinner, P2 Consulting
Adam is a Transformation Professional with 20 years of experience and P2 Consulting’s Director of Consulting - with responsibility for the quality of their 200 strong consulting team, services and consulting support. Adam specialises in providing organisation’s with pragmatic maturity assessments of their transformation ability and then supporting them through engaged mentoring and coaching to deliver those transformations in a fully sustainable fashion.
He has established both Waterfall and Agile and Scaled-Agile Portfolios, PMOs & P3M Capabilities across a range of clients and sectors. He builds on his MSc in Major Programme Management from Oxford University as a regular speaker and blogger on good Programme and Portfolio Management Practice and also actively promotes good portfolio management through the APM’s Portfolio Management Specific Interest Group - where he runs the Annual Conference and is co-author of their guide ‘Portfolio Management: a practitioner’s guide.’ and their publication ‘The Agile Portfolio: Fact or Fiction’.
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This event is brought to you by: BCS Project Management (PROMSG) specialist group