About the book
The evolution of information and communication technology (ICT), the pandemic generated by a coronavirus, and the emergence of new business models and strategies have generated changes in all areas of activity, including project management (PM).
The book aims to cover the following topics: new trends generated by the use of ICT in project management (artificial intelligence, machine learning, data collection and analysis, cloud computing, and others), changes caused by the pandemic in PM (increasing remote work, organizational changes, inter-organizational collaboration, use of collaboration tools), PM methodologies (traditional methodologies, agile methodologies, hybrid methodologies), use of new PM tools (traditional and agile tools), identification of cultural changes, as well as the presentation of other trends related to project management and its applications in practice. It is important to analyze and use PM properly in practice because the quality or success of an organization might depend on the quality of PM. It is also important that project managers have certain leadership skills, knowledge, and abilities to successfully apply PM.
The book follows the latest trends in PM and the best practices/case studies in the field.