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2013 Trends for IT and Project Management

Each year, several publishers release trend information they collect via surveys and interviews with top professionals.  Here are links to the 2013 trends in IT and project management.

If you frequent this blog, then you know we’ve published several posts on enterprise strategic alignment with IT and IT as a strategic enabler and innovator for the enterprise.  It looks like IT trends have finally caught up with us.

The IT Trends for 2013, by ServiceNow, can be found on the IT Business Edge website here:  http://www.itbusinessedge.com/slideshows/the-cio-big-super-high-impact-it-list-for-2013.html?utm_source=itbe&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=MII&nr=MII

If you want to compare the 2013 IT Trends with our related articles published in 2010, follow this link on our blog:  http://vyrtunet.wordpress.com/2010/03/28/there%E2%80%99s-a-method-to-the-madness-part-1/  You will find the information is quite similar if not the same as today’s IT trends.

We’ve also published several posts on leadership, strategic alignment and portfolio management plus PMO value innovation over the years.  Both subjects are now 2013 PM trends according to ESI International’s 2013 Trends in Project Management.  These trends can be found on ESI’s website here:  http://www.esi-intl.com/resources/industry-research/viewpoints/2013-pm-trends or here: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/esi-international-releases-top-10-trends-in-project-management-2013-01-03

How close did we come to meeting today’s PM trends?  Very close if not the same.  Check the categories located in the right column of this blog.  Several of them have articles related to leadership, PMO business value and project management innovation at the forefront of these trends.  We encourage you to check out the Thokk series, Business Culture, Business Value, Program Management, Project Stakeholders and Teams and PM Capability categories.

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