In this week's podcast, Ricardo talks about the future of PMOs in an AI-dominated world. He explores the fundamental question: Can Project Management Offices (PMOs) stay relevant in the age of AI? AI will change the work we all do inside PMOs. AI could take over tasks like making reports or sorting out data. But Ricardo sees a bright side.
In this episode, Ricardo discusses the tragedy of the Titan Submersible, highlighting what we can learn from this deep-sea catastrophe. He discusses the inherent complexities of oceanic exploration and their implications on project management, using the submersible's story as a case study.
In this episode, Ricardo goes deeper into the importance of understanding burnout. In a very personal and reflective approach, Ricardo shares his own experience with burnout in recent weeks. His stories and insights offer an intimate look at a struggle several people face in silence.
In this week's episode, Ricardo explores how generative AI, specifically ChatGPT, can transform project management. He highlights the nuances of adapting this technology to your projects, potentially supporting everything from the conception of the Project Charter to risk management and preparation for the PMP exam.
In this episode, Ricardo explores the core principles of building stronger connections with our boss and how it is critically relevant if we want to deliver our project and get the work done. It covers how building trust, establishing connections, avoiding negative bias, and broadening our relationships can support a positive professional relationship with our supervisors. Listen to the podcast to learn more.
In this episode, Ricardo introduces the timeless philosophy of Occam's Razor, a principle that champions simplicity. Coined by 14th Century philosopher William of Ockham, this concept prompts us to choose the most straightforward explanation or solution when faced with equally good alternatives. He discusses how this principle can streamline our approach to project management.
In today's episode, Ricardo guides you through the fascinating world of second-order consequences, focusing on the Cobra Effect. He explores how solutions that seemed reasonable in the short term can sometimes spawn more complex issues in a project environment if not adequately anticipated. Ricardo suggests you rethink your decision-making process and underline the importance of considering all potential outcomes before deciding.
In this episode, Ricardo explores the practical facets of Bayesian thinking, demonstrating how previous events and knowledge can reshape our evaluation of future risks. In his discussion, he avoids complex formulas, highlighting the theorem's real-world implications. He also underscores the significance of 'triggers,' events or facts that provide additional information, refining our grasp of probabilities.
In this thought-provoking episode of the podcast, Ricardo explores the possibility of AI surpassing human intelligence and developing emotions to the point where it has a soul and feelings, as the philosopher Nick Bostrom proposed in his Big Think video. With such advancements in AI, it begs the question: will we need to consider "AI Rights" similar to "Human Rights"?
In this episode, Ricardo discusses three strategies for improving your remote work experience. These strategies include establishing clear boundaries between work and personal time, proactively and effectively communicating with your team using different channels, and embracing remote work's flexibility. As remote work becomes mainstream, these strategies improve team members' productivity, well-being, and job satisfaction.
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Last updated at: Nov 27, 2023