I hope you and your loved ones are keeping well.
In the next five years, the world will see more projects than ever. According to McKinsey, Governments’ allocated $10 trillion in reconstruction funds just in the first two months of the crisis, which is three times more than the response to the 2008–09 financial crisis. These are millions of projects, which will need millions of project managers; the confirmation of a term I conceived in 2017: The Project Economy.
These are the five disruptive trends that will impact the field of projects and project management:
1. The end of Job Descriptions, the start of Project Roles
2. From Project Manager to Strategy Implementation Professionals
3. Expanding our Toolkit, it is not Waterfall or Agile; it is both and more
4. The Project Management Office: Transform Now or Game Over
5. Artificial Intelligence will radically disrupt project management soon; we have to embrace technology now
Do you have similar views? do you see other trends?
Please feel free to comment.
Global Initiatives for Positive Impact – 400+ volunteers
One week after the start of the pandemic crisis, I launched an initiative to engage friends and connections, all experienced knowledge professionals, to find ways to help those that had been impacted the most. More than 400 volunteers joined; 44 gatherings. In an upcoming letter, I will share more about this wonderful experience of generosity.
Strategy Implementation Professional – 50% discount till end Dec
Launching a start-up this year was probably not a great idea, however, more than 100 project managers, scrum masters, senior professionals have signed up for the online course and our new global certification. The feedback has been extremely positive, which is the best recognition for the two years spent preparing this unique course.
Thank you for reading and for your support; also to the more than 600 new members that subscribed to this newsletter in the past eight months. I am convinced that together we can make a better world.