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The dynamic and hyper-competitive nature of today's global marketplace is driving organizations large and small to continuously evolve their processes for--and approach to--operating. In doing so, an increasing number of executives are transforming their previous ad hoc organizations into project-centric machines. This article features four executives--speaking through a question-and-answer format--talking about the impact that adopting a project management approach has had on their organization's culture. It explores issues related to the project management components used to establish an enterprise project management (EPM) practice, the role executives play in regard to the efforts of project managers and project teams, the role project managers play in regard to executive decision-making, and the challenges involved in--and the benefits derived from--implementing an EPM practice. Accompanying this article are two sidebars: One profiles each of the four featured executives in relation to their organization'
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