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Best practices for successful digitalization in project management is topic at the IAPM network meeting in Nuremberg

Expert presentation by Can Do director Thomas Schlereth on June 28, 2017

What challenges does digitalization create for project management, and how should project managers and companies react to them? Can Do director Thomas Schlereth will answer these questions at the IAPM network meeting in Nuremberg on June 28, 2017. In his expert presentation, he clearly introduces the massive changes that project managers, project leaders and project teams in companies can expect as a result of digital transformation. He explains how the significant increase in the number of projects, digitization projects, ultimately changes the organizational form of the company itself permanently. This will be reflected in the everyday work of individuals and expands the role of the project manager.

In the new digital working world, the use of a computerized project and portfolio management system is essential. As a software specialist, Can Do director Thomas Schlereth demonstrates what contribution this software is able to make, in which areas artificial intelligence is already making the work of a project manager easier and where the limits of computer usage lie.

The effect of digitalization on project management

The presentation, entitled “The effect of digitalization on project management”, takes place at the premises of Ottmann & Partner, in Röthenbach an der Pegnitz near Nuremberg, on Wednesday, June 28, 2017 as part of the IAPM network meeting; anyone who is interested in IAPM and project management is invited. The network meetings of the IAPM (International Association of Project Managers) offer an exciting platform for project managers of projects of all kinds of. You can register for this free event in the “news and events” section of the IAPM website, in the IAPM Xing group or directly with Can Do.