The future of project management
- Globalisation and virtual teams
- Open innovation culture
- Diversity of workforce
- Gig economy
- Changing corporate culture
- Automation and human-machine collaboration
- Digital construction and project complexity
Your taskWhat trends can you predict about the future of project management? You may like to read the article written by ARUP (2017) about the future of project management available to download here. You’ll need to scroll down and click the ‘download’ button on the web page.Post your predictions about the future of project management in the comments.Try to focus your answer on the two areas identified above: the types of project being delivered and the context project managers find themselves working in. If you are short on time, you might pick just one of the drivers and trends to read about, starting on page 14 of the report.
ReferencesEdkins, A. (2017) The Future of Project Management [online] available from Web link [1 August 2019] Project Management Institute (2017) Project Management Job Growth and Talent Gap Report 2017-2027. PMI
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