Hello reader! Welcome to The Project Corner, or how I have started calling it in more recent articles and video’s: TPC.Continue reading New to TPC? Let’s recap
It’s 2024, we’ve passed the point of getting LinkedIn feed posts in the style of “120 productivity AIs that will help you gain a better life”. Or, at least I hope so. Just imagine you working with 120 different AIs during the day to become better. I just can’t see that happening.
So, what would be the short path to AI success for the Project Management Office (PMO)?Continue reading The short path to AI success in the PMO
While reading Superintelligence, I came across the term collective intelligence. This article is a brainstorm regarding why, and how, this is an interesting term in regards to the PMO. It’s also a sequel to the article regarding the difference between Excel and Project Online.
As we are closing the year, I guess most people will also be closing their work brains to go for something more festive. But wait! Let’s look at TPC’s best content of the year.Continue reading Time to close 2023 and look ahead
At the Microsoft Ignite 2023 event, it was very apparent! We are in the “Age of copilots”. And that is a good thing, because with the general availability, we can start seeing a more capable assistant very soon (because of all the information we get from the initial wave of users). Let’s see what we can get with the PMO in mind.Continue reading The age of Copilots, and the PMO!
I recently received 3 questions on my “Ask Me Anything” form. In this article, I’ll address the questions and provide my answers. It would be good to state that these questions came from a Project Online administrator who works for a large organization.Continue reading The difference between Project Online and Excel
There’s a ground shaking change in ChatGPT land! And it is the ability to “create” your own GPT using the pro subscription of ChatGPT. There have been a lot of cool announcements at the OpenAI developer conference. Today I’ll focus on creating our own PMO minded GPT. TLDR? Try out my PMO chatGPT here.
Well, it’s a hit and miss this week with the AI generated image. I was hoping for something better to showcase the change from generic to very specific. But with genAI, you don’t always get what you want.Continue reading Build your own PMO minded GPT, use this guide
In my mind, this year so far is in 6th gear! In March ChatGPT was the fastest growing “thing” ever, then just a few months later Microsoft acquired the company behind it (OpenAI) and at the beginning of this month (November 2023) Microsoft released its flagship AI solution Microsoft 365 Copilot. What do we know about this Copilot, and are people using it to their benefit?
It’s a total miss this week with the image. But I did want to share it, as I have experienced a couple of big hallucinations lately that didn’t fit at all, more on that later.Continue reading First week of Microsoft 365 Copilot