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    Building a legacy member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah For 13 years, the project to build a memorial and a museum on the site where the twin towers fell on September 11, 2001 faced a series of setbacks. As one practitioner says, "Most projects have a…

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    A Message from the President member content open

    By Wideman, R. Max If I have learned anything about project management, it is that: If you want to finish on time you'd best start early. If you want to finish right, you'd best start right, and If you're going to…

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    Trees of Life member content open

    By Hendershot, Steve The world needs more trees—and a lot of them—to stem the damage wrought by mass deforestation. Brazil alone is destroying the equivalent of three football pitches per minute in the Amazon rainforest…

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    Explaining risk member content open

    By Alderton, Matt Imagine a doctor who tells a patient that he's sick, but doesn't identify the illness. Or a mechanic who tells a customer her car is going to break down, but doesn't say when. This article discusses…

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    Teaching moments member content open

    By Ali, Ambreen Literacy rates have been linked to economic development, and education projects aim to create better-educated and thus more economically secure populations. For education projects globally, the…

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    Negating negativity member content open

    By Whitmeyer, David Outward negativity on projects can create speed bumps toward successful project completion and can cause project failure, which is a risk no project manager can afford to take. This article…

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    Cognitive Care member content open

    Artificial intelligence (AI) might be just what the doctor ordered. Healthcare organizations are collaborating with scientists and tech companies to launch R&D and pilot projects. The goal is to…

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    Prepare for the worst member content open

    By Somani, Sheilina Bad things can happen on any project: Your major stakeholders fail to respond to project queries in a timely manner; a solution doesn't appear to be shaping up as you'd anticipated; a major decision…

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    Neutrality check member content open

    By Mustafa, Abid Often when stakeholder conflict arises, the project management office (PMO) remains neutral. But when cross departmental stakeholders are involved, disagreements are unavoidable, and PMOs must step…

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    Burst bubble member content open

    By Foti, Ross The author analyzes Covisint, the US$350 million Michigan, USA-based online automotive parts supplier organized as a joint venture spearheaded by three automaker giants--General Motors, Ford, and…

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