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    City Limits

    Urban overflow is overtaking the world. In 10 years, 43 cities will have more than 10 million residents—up from 33 today, according to the United Nations. By 2050, 68 percent of the world's…

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    Urban Aspirations

    Today's cities are rich in people, money and pollution. Those factors are driving a demand for urban development projects that focus on smart land use, energy-efficient housing and green spaces that…

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    Privacy Patrol

    Smart cities run on data—using everything from parking meter fees to electricity usage to drive greater efficiency and safety. But data from people can also be highly profitable, leaving some groups…

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    Empathic Problem-Solvers

    By Mustafa, Abid As the digital revolution continues to sweep through organizations, there is a real danger that enterprise project management offices (EPMOs) will be left behind. EPMOs traditionally have excelled…

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    Best of Both

    By Graetsch, Ulrike Maria When leaders at rapidly growing organizations establish a project management office (PMO), they're often seeking better control over which projects are started, more oversight of projects in…

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    Prepare For The Worst

    Cybersecurity breaches are the new normal. To develop resilience, IT leaders need to gather organization-wide buy-in on countermeasures, according to PwC's Global State of Information Security…

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    Double vision

    By Alderton, Matt With new rules, guidelines, procedures and protocols being implemented in almost every industry and across borders, partnering with compliance teams has become essential for executing organizational…

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    Eyes in the sky

    By Wright, M. Drones equipped with high-definition cameras are being used to help inspectors monitor construction projects in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates.

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    The next step in the final frontier

    By Fister Gale, Sarah In October 2012, another landmark in the short but eventful history of space exploration was reached when the unmanned spacecraft Dragon carried commercial cargo to the International Space Station…

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    In the dark

    By Swanson, Sandra A. Upper management must contend with competition, globalization, and virtualization, as well as economic instability. As a result, some executives are not aware of what is happening with their project…

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