Precognition, or super-natural knowledge of future events, suggests an emphasis not upon mentally causing events to occur but upon predicting the occurrence of which have already been determined. Like Telepathy and clairvoyance, precognition is said to operate without recourse to the normal senses—sometimes referred to Extra Sensory Perception (ESP).
The study of the brain’s Visual Cortex and the Hippocampus have discovered why an experienced project manager often has the capability to predict the future of his/her project in such a manner to shock others and enable the realization of opportunities and avoidance of risks. While few project managers have this heavily experience based skill, the evolution of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) has made it possible for any project manager, willing to invest the time to understand the potential of this Actionable Information (AI) and to develop the confidence in the power of THIS AI, to become an extraordinary soothsayer.
Think about the potential. Using the power of the human brain combined with power of a concept that was proven when IBM’s Deep Blue defeated the Garry Kasparov to claim the World Chess Title is unstoppable. Can AI empower everyday project managers to be able to defeat the nemesis of project uncertainty? Simple answer: YES!
Throughout my 55-year project management career I have lived by B.J. Harvey’s saying; “Whatever happened in the past belongs in the past. Learn from it, grow, and move on. Don’t let it determine your future”!
During this seminar we will be discussing:
PMI Talent Triangle: Technical
Early Bird: Registration before January 28th, 2022 - $20
Registration from January 29th 2022 - Feb 10th 2022 - $25
Lee R. Lambert has logged 50+ years of project management experience and is considered one of the world’s thought leaders on project management methods and how they can be utilized to create and sustain value added Leadership and Collaboration capabilities. He is one of only 70 in the world to receive the honor of PMI Fellow. Lee is a Past President of the Central Ohio PMI and was one of the Founders of the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Professional (PMP) credential. His book, Project Management-The Common Sense Approach, is a best seller in the field.
At 37 years old Lee was named VP of Staff and Organizational Development for one of the world’s largest contract research organizations where he was responsible for creating and implementing a Leadership Development program focused on improved performance for project managers and supporting functional/line managers.
During his decades of platform training Mr. Lambert has provided learning opportunities to more than 50,000 professionals in 23 countries. He is regularly called upon to provide Keynote presentations on Leadership, Communications and other Project Management topics. Before his years as VP, Mr. Lambert was a project management evangelist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and General Electric.