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  • Project Management Journal

    Digging for Change member content locked

    By Marrewijk, Alfons van Delivering organizational change through interorganizational projects is a complex process, as several organizations must collaborate. The aim of this article is to understand how change and…

  • PM Network

    Built to Transform member content locked

    By Rockwood, Kate The pace of change is unrelenting. It's not just new technologies wreaking havoc on old business models: Organizations are being challenged to adapt to geopolitical and demographic shifts, climate…

  • PM Network

    PMO Power member content locked

    By Rockwood, Kate When it comes to change initiatives, project management offices are natural collaborators, says Tanisha Adams, PMP, PMO director, Georgia Department of Public Health, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

  • PM Network

    Twist of Fate member content locked

    Something new stands out in the low-rise skyline of St. Petersburg, Russia: a twisting 462-meter (1,516-foot) skyscraper. Known as the Lakhta Center, Europe's tallest building eventually will house…

  • PM Network

    Pressure Points member content locked

    Metric depiction regarding organizational digital transformation. Includes sidebar article "Think on your feet," about change-maker Sylvia Thabeng, project manager at Eskom Holdings in Johannesburg,…

  • PM Network

    Personal Touch member content locked

    By Rockwood, Kate The ability to make change stick can be a make-or-break proposition for organizations and their project teams. Whether overseeing a technology transformation impacting the entire enterprise or a new…

  • PM Network

    Navigating Friction member content locked

    By Rockwood, Kate Think about the project failures that have happened in the past 12 months. Now think about why they happened. When that question was put to senior project leaders in a survey for PMI's 2018 Pulse of…

  • PM Network

    Where the Patients Are member content locked

    By Rockwood, Kate Healthcare organizations know patients hate to wait. But when people in the United States arrive at a hospital with a non-life-threatening illness or injury, treatment can be a long way off. "In our…

  • PM Network

    Vine of the Times member content locked

    By Alderton, Matt Winemakers are going on a high-tech binge. Sensors in vineyards can collect data to determine when to water and pick grapes. Robots are tackling manual viticulture tasks, such as weed control. And…

  • PM Network

    Women's Work member content locked

    By Jones, Tegan The battle for women's rights has been fought for centuries. But it's taking on an extraordinary and undeniable urgency, with demands for gender equality rising to a roar heard around the world.…

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