Complexity

In today’s fast-paced, competitive, dynamic environment, the challenging characteristics of programs and projects may be viewed as complexity. Efforts to navigate complexity include setting up the appropriate organizational structure, diligently researching programs or projects prior to approval, cultivating talent, fostering leadership, nurturing flexibility and being resilient.

  • Project Management Journal

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    By Albrecht, Jan Christoph The ability of single research efforts in the field of project management maturity models (PMMMs) to build upon previous work is strongly limited by the adoption of different conceptions of maturity…

  • PM Network

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    Public-sector megaprojects aren't exactly known for finishing on schedule and within budget. Yet Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority is making a habit of doing both. The organization is…

  • PM Network

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    By Burba, Donovan Maps have guided people around the world for millennia. Now, at the dawn of the driverless age, project teams are working to produce maps of unprecedented accuracy that can guide vehicles to safety.…

  • PM Network

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    By Alderton, Matt A mobile infrastructure revolution is coming -- and fast. Wireless upgrade projects are underway around the world, promising to deliver more robust networks that act as the backbone for a data-rich…

  • PM Network

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    By Rockwood, Kate Move over, steel. Wood is taking center stage in a surprising number of tall-building construction projects. In London, England, a developer has proposed a 100-story wooden tower nicknamed "the…

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