Project Manager Jobs: A Gaze Into the Future
|Wan How is a career coach specializing in helping project professionals advance their careers. In his project management career, Wan successfully rescued many troubled projects. These included turning around projects headed for failure within 30 days and compressing project timelines by half to deliver benefits in one year instead of two.
Wan has over twenty years of project management experience in traditional, agile and hybrid approaches. As the leader of a Project Management Office, he led a team of project managers and business analysts to deliver corporate projects tied to the organization's business plan and strategic objectives. He has worked in the information technology, government, higher education, oil and gas, and engineering sectors.
|Wan is a graduate of Cambridge University. His areas of expertise include project management, IT management and facilitation. In addition to the PMP, Wan is an Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP).|
The World Economic Forum released The Future of Jobs Report in October 2020. In it, project manager ranked 11th in the top 20 jobs in increasing demand across all industries. That’s good news for PMs, but what are the 10 roles listed above project management jobs? What are the top 20 jobs in decline over the next five years?
Hockey legend Wayne Gretzky is often quoted as saying, “Skate to where the puck is going, not where it has been.”
The WEF Jobs Report is sort of a crystal ball to see where project manager jobs are heading over the next five years. In this webinar, we will gaze into the future to uncover key highlights and insights from the project manager's perspective.
PDUs: 1.0 Leadership
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