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Project Management Offices Help Three Organizations Adapt for the Future

In today's landscape of nonstop change, innovation isn't just for upstarts. This year's PMO of the Year finalists highlight how even industry leaders and institutional mainstays must evolve. One finalist is a government-sponsored agency that bounced back from the U.S. housing crisis. Another is a global restaurant giant that's disrupting the food service industry—again. The third is an oil and gas power in Saudi Arabia that raised its own expectations.
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