Transitioning from the Industry 4.0 era, the companies in Industry 5.0 era are leveraging the potential State-Of-Art technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AL) for more efficient and greener human-centric production. In a similar faction, project management would benefit from AI in order to achieve project goals by enhancing project performance, and consequently reaching a higher sustainable success.
This report examines the role of AI through the lens of emerging project management's impact on stakeholders. The presentation further discusses the benefits and challenges of AI’s implementation, the impact on the project managers, team members, and the ethical considerations of using AI in project management.
Learning Objectives:
The outcomes suggest the integration of AI in project management can significantly benefit working personnel by reducing workload, increasing accuracy, and providing better insights.

Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management, University of Cincinnati

Dr. Kwame Amoah, PMP

Dr. Kwame Amoah is an assistant professor in the Department of Civil and architectural engineering and construction management at the University of Cincinnati. He was an assistant professor at the University of Northern Iowa. His research is focused on project planning and scheduling; construction estimating/costing; value engineering and constructability; project delivery systems; building information modeling; and energy efficiency in buildings.

Dr. Amoah holds a master’s degree in construction management and engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology. He earned an MBA from Nova Southeastern University and a Ph.D. in civil engineering from the Florida Institute of Technology. He is a certified Project Management Professional and LEED AP.