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Five Advantages of Applying Design Thinking in Project Management

Project management and design thinking have been evolving rapidly in the recent years. Being both a science and an art, design thinking is an important part of project management that cannot be ignored anymore. Design thinking first emerged as a methodology for driving innovation; it is now the go-to mindset for most managers, including progressive project managers. Continue reading Five Advantages of Applying Design Thinking in Project Management

Definitive Project Management Trends for 2016 – The Celoxis Outlook

2015 has been an interesting year for Project Management (Read: 2015 Project Management Trends). We saw portfolio management become a top priority and companies starting to consolidate their project management initiatives with all-in-one project management tools. According to PriceWaterhouseCooper’s Insights and Trends: Current Portfolio, Programme and Project Management Practices, almost all — 97% — of surveyed companies believe that project management (PM) is “critical to business performance and organizational success, and 94% agreed that PM enables business growth.” These numbers are an endorsement of how enterprises looked at project management in 2015.

We got our think tank together last week and decided to take a shot at predicting what 2016 will be like for Project Management. Here is what our crystal ball shows. Continue reading Definitive Project Management Trends for 2016 – The Celoxis Outlook