April 5, 2019 | Insights | Helen S. Cooke

Project Managers Can Leverage the Power of Artificial Intelligence

The future of work is about integrating technology—not being replaced by it

These days, there are many dire predictions about artificial intelligence replacing human workers. News specials and magazine articles speculate that no occupation is immune, or claim that whole fields of work, such as teaching or project management, might be replaced …

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  • March 13, 2019 | Interviews

    Sophie Wade on the Future of Work

    An interview with Sophie Wade, founder at Flexcel Network and a leading authority on the Future of Work

    The Future of Work is something that everyone wants to understand, but few of us fully do. What we can all agree on is that in many ways, the “future” is already here. There are more freelancers, an increased need …

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  • February 20, 2019 | Insights | Dr. David Hillson

    Top Ten Risk Myths

    Since the dawn of time, mankind has used myths to make sense of the uncertainty that surrounds us. More recently, in the world of business and projects, risk management has performed the same role. Unfortunately, myths have also grown up …

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  • January 23, 2019 | Knowledge | Denise Gifford

    20 Questions Consultants Should Ask Their Clients

    These questions will clarify your client’s perspective, current situation, and future vision

    As a consultant, one of your key objectives is to fully understand your client’s situation so that you can offer advice, solutions, and support as needed. This means taking the time to not only understand your client’s current reality, but …

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  • December 19, 2018 | Knowledge | Denise Gifford

    Client-Consultant Relationships and the Need for Control

    recognizing your client’s need for control is key to a healthy relationship

    The client-consultant relationship can be complex, with hiccups and challenges experienced by both parties along the way. One of the most common challenges faced by consultants is balancing their client’s need for control with the need for some kind of …

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