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    Going to Extremes member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Blistering desert heat. Arctic chill. Middle-of-nowhere sites. When projects happen in extreme environments, teams face a test of professional skill—and personal will. Embracing a climate of…

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    Perfect Harmony member content open

    By Jones, Tegan When the city of Strasbourg, France decided to upgrade its symphony hall and convention center, it was mostly looking to expand its space. But during the bid process, architecture firms Rey-Lucquet…

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    Do Look Down member content open

    By Ali, Ambreen Here's a winning formula to take tourists to new heights: Build glass skywalks. Last year a burst of construction projects in China hoisted walkways alongside dramatic cliffs, atop skyscrapers and…

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    Water works member content open

    By Howlett, Sarah Protzman For centuries, the Netherlands built walls to keep the water out. With the 2.3 billion Room for the River program, this European country--where 26 percent of the land sits below sea level--is now…

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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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    Policing the agile expressway member content open

    By Burba, Donovan The advent of agile represented a revolution. A departure from the do-this-then-that process dictated by waterfall, agile approaches unshackled team members' innate creativity and self-organization.…

  • How to displease the customer or engage the customer member content open

    By Khanna, Vimal Kumar Most service companies adopt a customer-controlled approach to project execution, and typically defer to customer-defined product features, schedule, and costs. Yet, this approach does not always…

  • Gaining competitive advantage through reducing project lead times member content open

    By Patrick, Duncan | Warchalowski, Jack Projects are deemed successful at completion if they achieve three simultaneous objectives: scope (or content), schedule, and cost. While this is well known, it is hard to achieve in reality. Often,…

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    The best of both worlds member content open

    By Jackson, Michelle Bowles Role stereotypes hold that systems engineers are the technical experts and program managers are the seasoned businesspeople. But can these two worlds connect their work to create positive business…

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    Going against the grain member content open

    By Starke, Steven Often the project manager's focus is to execute to the best of his or her ability according to the charter, which puts project managers in the best position to go against the grain and recommend a…

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