As an introduction of our last newsletter for this year, I want to reflect on the past and the future.
First of all, I want to thank you all for your continuous support, you really help us in this rough times.
Can you imagine that the last time we saw each other was last year during the Anneral Assembly? I did not expect at all that the rest of the year would be virtual, and our next General Assembly will also be a virtual one, no New Year’s drink together this year. But let us remain positive, our PM Fair in October will be face to face again this year (we hope) and then we will have a drink together.
You will soon get the results of our board elections and you will see that I kept one promise at least: I engaged younger people for the coming years, I will present them during our General Assembly in January.
Looking back at our special year, I am happy that we were able to organize all six (6) events with lots of attendees and also a very successful PM Fair together with the Netherlands and Luxembourg, with a lot of lessons learned for the next year.
I really hope you enjoy the coming Christmas and New Year’s days and hope to see you next year!
In today's rapidly changing world, all professions are under transformation and project management is no exemption. By 2030, 80 percent of the work of today's project management discipline will be eliminated as artificial intelligence (AI) takes on traditional PM functions such as data collection, tracking and reporting, according to Gartner, Inc.