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.

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    Building the world's longest sea bridge is no easy feat. Construction delays may cause the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge to miss its scheduled December 2017 completion date.

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    Emerging markets are full of opportunities—if organizations can mitigate all the risks. For EDS USA LLC, the biggest challenge to developing renewable energy projects in West Africa is managing…

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    By Parsi, Novid The reboot needed a reboot. That's what the U.S. state of Wisconsin concluded after its first attempt to overhaul the government's antiquated and fractured IT system failed. With costs rising and…

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    By Corona, Karina Self-driving boats could start making waves this year. A five-year, US$27 million project sponsored by the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions and Massachusetts Institute of…

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    By Fister Gale, Sarah A lot can go wrong on flights: lost luggage, delays on the tarmac, missed connections and canceled flights, for starters. But these headaches could diminish as project teams leverage reams of data…


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