While you will always need your technical, leadership, and communication skills, they’re not necessarily what will make you stand out from other project managers. Over the past few years, a lot has changed about how projects are managed and led, requiring many project managers to retool and reach what previously brought them — and their organizations — success. Today, most teams are working either remotely or as part of a hybrid workforce strategy that relies heavily on technology. Companies are emphasizing diversity and inclusion initiatives of late, seeking to reap the benefits of more diverse teams. Changes such as these are jumpstarting an evolution of the project manager role, which must also contend with supply chain shortages and other disruptions that threaten to upend project plans and deliverables.
TALLAHASSEE, FL – Advanced Manufacturing International (AMI) has been awarded a $2M grant