Are you ready for a paradigm shift in project management? In this meetup event, we will discuss the key points of Paul Boudreau’s new book, mainly about the concepts of a self-driving project and how close we are to implementing non-human project management agents.
The Self-Driving Project demonstrates how a data-driven approach and the latest concepts of AI technology can dramatically improve project performance. These software tools are available now and can change your organization’s strategy on how to deliver projects.
Professional Development Days (PDD's) are a Project Management Institute (PMI) Chapter's annual gathering of a community of project management colleagues for an all-day shared learning and professional development event. The PMINYC Chapter’s 2021 PDD program is a virtual event being offered on Friday, December 3rd with a theme of: “Strengthening PM Skills in a Virtual World with Digital Tools”.
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Join us for our second PMI Ontario virtual professional development day. Hear from speakers as they share thoughts and tips on how you can refine your project management skills in our current environment. Register today!
PMI Member Tickets $59.00 and non-PMI Member Tickets $69.00
Join Professor Paul Boudreau as he provides updates on the predictor tool, discusses misleading information about implementing AI in project management, and reviews some of his latest research: "the self driving project". Participants are encouraged to ask questions and discuss new ideas for how to apply AI project management.
This is another opportunity to use machine learning to solve different project management problems. I will explain what genetic algorithms are and demonstrate a couple of practical applications. This type of software offers a more advanced AI capability for project delivery improvements and has the potential to dramatically disrupt the project methodology.
Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a component of AI that is concerned with creating computer programs to analyze and interpret language. This workshop is a review of how NLP can be applied to project management. I will review the development of ‘sentiment analysis’ as well as the concept of a virtual project assistant.
This will be an interactive workshop to review my research into developing a prediction tool for project management. I will explain the process then demo how the tool works with project data to produce prediction results. Participants are encouraged to ask questions during the workshop. Once the demo is complete, the plan is to discuss new ideas for how to apply this concept to other areas of project management.