When talking about project management, the phrase »agility« cannot be ignored. A quick look at Meriam Webster gives »agilie« the following definition: “Marked by ready ability to move with quick easy grace.”
Consequently, the lean philosophy behind agile project management promises a flexible way of working away from the rigid system of the waterfall model. Of course flexibility sounds great Nevertheless, there are also some risks behind the modern way of working. In the end, the crucial management question arises: Can you reach goals faster and cheaper with agile methods?
The dream of creating equal or even higher intelligence than humanity is a recurrent theme in books and films. Recently, however, it looks as though this moment will come closer and closer through “Sacred” automation. The buzz everyone’s talking about: AI, algorithms, machine learning. More and more intelligent software is taking care of that. This gives rise to great concern: Will AI take our jobs away? But I keep asking myself: Is this fear justified? What is the status quo and what should retailers and manufacturers pay attention to?