My major impression from these presentations is that more and more managers today are interested in innovating their project management practices.
Some managers have already tried applying various new-generation technologies to manage their projects and are ready to share their experiences, while some are still watching and listening, figuring out what will be the best way to initiate innovations in their company. Project Management 2.0 is getting a lot of buzz today, though it’s still a very vague notion for many project managers. That’s why there’s a huge demand for reliable information on this emerging trend. I hope my presentations are playing a significant role in satisfying this demand.
If you were in my audience at UTD or during the IMF webinar, thank you for being there, for listening and asking questions. Those of you who didn’t get a chance to see my presentation live are welcome to check out the slide deck that I was using.
I’ll be happy to read your feedback in the comments.