Project management is evolving to keep up with the speed of innovation, transformation, and digitization sweeping through our business world. The ways we have worked in the past are no longer sufficient. Contrary to pre-pandemic work, a large percentage of our projects have a blend of remote and on-site members. Keeping this type of team efficient and engaged adds challenges and complexity to delivering value. Methodologies that we have used in the past may feel restrictive as organizations require more creativity and innovation to remain competitive. One way to increase productivity is by leveraging artificial intelligence to improve our decision making and our efficiency. This presentation will address each of these aspects of our evolving profession and offer suggestions for navigating current and future ways of working on projects.
Cyndi Snyder Dionisio is the Practice Lead for Portfolios, Programs and Projects at the International Institute for Learning. She has over 25 years of project management experience leading international teams of project professionals. Cyndi is passionate about turning chaos in order, engaging with awesome teams, solving problems, and facilitating achievement.
Ms. Dionisio has extensive experience in training, facilitation, and consulting in the commercial and government sectors. She has written over a dozen books on project management, including PMP prep, project management templates and hybrid project management.
In addition to holding a master’s degree in business, Cyndi’s certifications include PMI’s Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP), Project Management Professional (PMP), and Certified Scrum Master (CSM). Cyndi has received several awards, including PMI’s Distinguished Contribution Award and being named a PMI Fellow in 2018.