Join Washington Hospital Services Thursday, March 7 from 11 a.m. – noon for a thought leadership webinar on how artificial intelligence is transforming the project management landscape, especially in the health care industry.
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The Project Management Institute (PMI®) predicts that almost 80% of project management tasks will be performed by AI in the next five years. At the same time, the world will need an additional 35 million skilled (and very well compensated!) project managers. Does that make sense?
It does: AI can be a huge help with key facets of project delivery; however, its effectiveness hinges on the expertise of the project manager. Before embracing a clever AI sidekick, make sure your project management fundamentals aren’t the weakest link, because tapping AI tools to remedy sloppy project management practices is like relying on a miracle drug without being able to diagnose the underlying illness.
This webinar presents global best practices in project management, including simple, common-sense processes, tools and skills to define and manage scope, organize teams, engage and communicate with diverse stakeholders, negotiate for resources, plan against risk, and track progress. AI can certainly optimize a lot of this work but is no substitute for a project manager’s holistic expertise, critical thinking, emotional intelligence and savvy in navigating the complex health care project environment.