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Recalibrating Project Management in the era of Knowledge, Design, Creativity & Innovation

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My talk at PMIPCC GyanLahari 2017, annual conference organized by PMI Pearl City Chapter, Hyderabad on Jul 15, Hyderabad

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Recalibrating Project Management in the era of Knowledge, Design, Creativity & Innovation

  1. 1. Recalibrating Project Management in the era of Knowledge, Design, Creativity & Innovation TATHAGAT VARMA HTTP://THOUGHTLEADERSHIP.IN
  2. 2. IronTriangle
  3. 3. WaterfallModel https://i.ytimg.com/vi/JnxpB8FPd8c/hqdefault.jpg
  4. 4. StandishChaosReport2015
  5. 5. Stage-gateNPDProcess
  6. 6. Mostnewideasfail!
  7. 7. Startupssuffertheworst! 90%fail!
  8. 8. Why?
  9. 9. StaceyMatrix http://www.podojo.com/complex-or-complicated-why-the-difference-matters-part-1/
  10. 10. TheDesignSquiggle
  11. 11. TheDesignThinkingApproach http://designthinking.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/UCD-process.jpg
  12. 12. Iterative…
  13. 13. …andnon-linear!
  14. 14. Morethanjusta“process”…
  15. 15. GEAdventureSeries
  16. 16. Literoflight
  17. 17. EmbraceInfantWarmer
  18. 18. OxoGoodGripsPeeler
  19. 19. LuckyIronFish
  20. 20. WellWaterwheel
  21. 21. NaandiFoundation
  22. 22. Impactoftechnologieson FutureofPM
  23. 23. Impactofworkforceonthe FutureofPM
  24. 24. FutureofPM–Trendsand Drivers
  25. 25. Futureisscary…andvery interesting
  26. 26. Recap • Traditional project management approach worked well for well-defined problems • However, it is common to work with ill-defined problems, i.e., unclear boundaries, ambiguous problem, not enough knowledge, no single “right” solution, etc. • Design Thinking offers a better approach to solving such problems by alternately applying divergent and convergent thinking, building frugal experiments, and rapidly testing them until there is enough clarity to design the solution.

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