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    Cognitive Care member content open

    Artificial intelligence (AI) might be just what the doctor ordered. Healthcare organizations are collaborating with scientists and tech companies to launch R&D and pilot projects. The goal is to…

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    Ties that Bind member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Health and safety is a goal for all communities. And this year's PMI® Award for Project Excellence winners helped deliver new life in unique ways. One improved training for emergency room doctors.…

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    Making The Cut member content open

    By Mustafa, Abid Sometimes there's no way around it: The executive project management office (EPMO) has to recommend to the C-suite a certain number of projects to kill. These recommendations might be based on…

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    What went wrong? member content open

    By Richardson, Derrick A. Organizations that develop complex technologies face unique challenges that project management can help solve. Smaller tech companies, including startups, are beginning to make use of project…

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    No simple matter member content open

    By Burba, Donovan Organizational complexity builds an intricate web of dependencies that can snare even the most experienced project leader. It introduces uncertainty and adds layers of risk that slow progress and…

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    Explaining risk member content open

    By Alderton, Matt Imagine a doctor who tells a patient that he's sick, but doesn't identify the illness. Or a mechanic who tells a customer her car is going to break down, but doesn't say when. This article discusses…

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    Neutrality check member content open

    By Mustafa, Abid Often when stakeholder conflict arises, the project management office (PMO) remains neutral. But when cross departmental stakeholders are involved, disagreements are unavoidable, and PMOs must step…

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    The right crew wanted member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Too often when organizations decide they need a PMO, they look around, see who's available and put them in the role. This article, which is the second in a series in a special section on…

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    Survival of the fittest member content open

    By Inbar, Oren Even as the practice of project management continues to expand globally and to prove its merits in helping companies successfully realize projects, many companies refuse to embrace it, a rejection…

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    Empowering executive decisions member content open

    By Fretty, Peter Those executives who support project management understand that the true value of investing in the discipline is the confidence it lends in knowing that the organization has in place a proven…

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