Author: Adi Muslic, PMP
Do you remember the PMI Talent Triangle?
It was designed to demonstrate that the ideal skill set for project managers is a combination of technical, leadership and strategic and business expertise. In its latest pulse of the profession report, PMI added the new digital overlay to it. Clearly digital skills have become a necessity to project management professionals.
The report also shows that value based delivery methods are important to deliver digital transformations. Not surprisingly, spreadsheets remain the most used tool to plan projects. Clearly flexibility of spreadsheets to adjust them as required keeps them on the top of the project management tools.
Project managers have no choice but to keep developing their skills as they are leading all these changes. There are plenty of resources, so many, that sometimes it is not easy to decide what to learn next. The overload of available information requires new skills as well to be able to manage such demands.
Many of you have been deeply involved in the digital transformation and it would be nice to hear your stories. Do not hesitate to get in touch and share your experience. Collaboration remains one of the most important skills even in the digital world.
Let’s collaborate to get better in what we do.
Adi Muslic, Copy Editor