Project Management Institute

Aerospace and Defense

Taking Flight

Mounting political tensions and a realization by many governments that they need to be on the forefront of emerging technologies are driving an increase in global defense spending. For project managers, this means an influx of initiatives in new product development, manufacturing capabilities and next-gen defense equipment.
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