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  • PM Network

    Don't leave home without it member content open

    By Alderton, Matt By anticipating risks, including opportunities, and working to either prevent them or capitalize on them ahead of time, project teams can increase the chances of positive project outcomes. This…

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    Healing a community member content open

    By Yovovich, Bozidar Large-scale construction projects, particularly those involving the realization of such complex structures as hospitals, require project managers to handle countless issues and manage nearly…

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    Managing resources for a construction project in a mixed (PC-mainframe) environment member content locked

    By Gilyutin, Isaak The Advanced Semiconductor Technology Center (ASTC) had the opportunity to experiment with using a mainframe computer in conjunction with a PC during a major construction project. Early in the…

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    Sectors to watch member content open

    By Jackson, Michelle Bowles Who's hiring? What sectors are faring well? Which of your skills are in demand, and which are yesterday's news? This article provides a sector-by-sector breakdown of project management opportunities…

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    Where project managers are kings member content locked

    By Sauer, Christopher | Liu, Li | Johnston, Kim Australian construction projects today are usually more successful than information technology (IT) projects. One reason lies in the way construction companies manage project management. Based on…

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    Computers for the construction industry member content open

    By Muspratt, Murray A. Computers have the potential to transform the construction industry, where currently labor-intensity is high and technological-intensity is low. This article discusses the impact of using computers…

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