Michael Moran

Michael is a digital content specialist at Planisware.

Although relatively new to the field of project management, Michael has quickly developed a keen interest for the subject, focused on Planisware innovations in Artificial intelligence, the power of OKRs and the often overlooked soft skills that form the backbone of a project managers role.

When he's not curating content, you'll find Michael either swimming, biking or running as his main passion outside of work is triathlon. 

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Project Management
Link Roundup: Decision Making
Your product is decisions and your success will be the sum of the decisions you make over your career. The problem is it’s not easy to [...]
Artificial Intelligence
A Hitchhikers guide to AI in Project Management
AI projects are coming - here's a quick guide to help Project Managers take the bull (Artificial intelligence) by the horns.
Artificial Intelligence
Link roundup: Artificial Intelligence
With the constant flow of articles on Artificial intelligence that are often all bark no bite, we think a good old link round-up is required [...]
Project Management
Link Round-Up: Time Management Skills
Time is precious, so learning to control your time by saying no to certain tasks will bring real value in the long run.
Project Management
Link Round Up : Communication Skills
Effective communication is the key to ensuring projects don't get bogged down over minute details. The importance of communication cannot [...]
Change management
Link roundup: Change Management
Change Management is hard. Here's our roundup of articles that debunk some of the common misunderstandings around implementing change in [...]
Artificial Intelligence
4 ways AI Could change Project Management
Is Artificial Intelligence really the cherry on top for project management? We discuss why AI is already a driving force within this field and [...]
Soft Skills
Link Roundup: Conflict Resolution Skills
Success in project teams often stems from a desire from each member to voice their opinion and disagree with decision makers when required. [...]