AI Revolution in Project Management: Elevating Productivity with Generative AI


SKU: 9780138297336
Author: Kanabar, Vijay Wong, Jason
Publication Date: 12/22/2023
Publisher: Sams Publishing
Binding: Paperback
Media: Book
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In a world where technology is rapidly evolving, the fusion of project management and artificial intelligence stands at the forefront of innovation. The AI Revolution in Project Management delves deep into the transformative power of generative AI tools that promise to reshape industries, and revolutionize how we manage projects.

Whether you’re looking to build dynamic teams using AI, choose a project development approach, or monitor project performance, this book has got you covered. Each chapter provides insightful narratives and includes a supplemental Technical Guide that provides tips on using the AI technology. With case studies and prompts, the dialogues showcase AI in action, from stakeholder engagement to risk management. Dive in with experts who’ve spent countless hours using these AI tools in project scenarios to offer a transparent view into generative AI-driven project management.

In this book you’ll learn:

  • How to create prompts that generate meaningful and actionable insights tailored for your projects
  • When to use AI to enhance decision-making, super-charge productivity, and elevate overall project efficiency
  • Which generative AI models and plug-ins to use for specific project scenarios, ensuring seamless integration and maximum efficiency

“AI is not just a buzzword; it’s a tool reshaping how we manage projects and engage with stakeholders.”

From the Foreward by Ricardo Viana Vargas, Ph.D.

Ricardo is an experienced leader in global operations, project management, business transformation, and crisis management. As founder and managing director of Macrosolutions, a consulting firm with international operations in energy, infrastructure, IT, oil, and finance, he managed more than $20 billion in international projects in the past 25 years.