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ESI International presenta su Top 10 de tendencias en la Gestión de Proyectos para 2014

ESI International, la empresa líder de formación en Gestión de Proyectos, le anuncia las diez tendencias principales en Project Management para 2014. Éstas revelan que la figura del Director de Proyectos está siendo cada vez más solicitada en las empresas. La peculiaridad del momento actual es que éstas no sólo buscan que sean gestores, si no que también deben ser líderes. Además, estas diez claves ponen de manifiesto la naturaleza cambiante de la Gestión de Proyectos, ya que las organizaciones se esfuerzan cada vez más por obtener ventajas competitivas.

Top 10 Project Management Trends for 2014

Top 10 Project Management Trends for 2014

“This year’s trends highlight the growing unease with the status quo of current project management practices,” said J. LeRoy Ward, PMP, PgMP, CSM, Executive Vice President, ESI International. “Past failures to improve project efficiencies force the need to ‘pull out all of the stops’ to deal with project complexity, implement new project management approaches, and adopt alternative leadership styles to improve project success for greater competitive advantage. In-demand project managers and leaders seem ready to face the challenge.”

ESI’s top 10 trends for project management include:

  1. Agile expands in Singapore, Japan and Hong Kong.
  2. Portfolio management continues to take center stage with PMI’s new credential.
  3. Whether they like it or not, project managers are learning to learn through virtual learning.
  4. EPC companies admit they didn’t invent project management and seek professional help.
  5. Think implementing one PPM tool was hard? Companies now need two!
  6. Servant leadership makes a comeback, and not just in Agile.
  7. Benchmarking takes on greater urgency as competition heats up.
  8. Organisations, dissatisfied with their project management performance, will radically change their approaches to get back on track.
  9. Even with high unemployment globally, key project management jobs will remain hard to fill.
  10. Project and programme managers will be asked to spend more time “leading” rather than “managing” their teams.

“We see the difficulty in filling key, strategic project-focused roles, and what is expected of them once they’re hired,” said Ward. “Organisations are weary of projects that are over budget and late. So, they’re looking to their project leaders to make the changes needed to repeatedly meet project milestones and achieve expected outcomes.”

ESI’s top 10 trends in project management is put together annually by ESI senior executives and subject matter experts.

Si desea obtener más información sobre éste tema, puede consultar el documento completo a través de este enlace (Top 10 Project Management Trends for 2014) o ver el siguiente vídeo:

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