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    Rebuffering member content open

    By Cover, Lauren Well, that didn't go so well. After a few years of ballooning costs and missed deadlines, the Canadian government in July decided to reel in the scope of a major IT project to bring 1,500 separate…

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    Flash Players member content open

    From high fashion to fast food to the tech world, pop-ups are cropping up just about everywhere. Whether it's to spur brand awareness or test a physical store's feasibility, these quick-hit…

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    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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    By Schupak, Amanda Budget, schedule and scope are only the beginning. Project management is no static set of routines. It's a constantly evolving, open-to-innovation process. This article debunks five misconceptions…

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    By Xianjie, Xing In analyzing the failure of a US$860 million software system that promised to help the United Kingdom's Child Support Agency (CSA) better process its claims and more efficiently issue payments to…

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    By Goodpasture, John C. | Hulett, David This article continues the discussion (from PM Network, May 2000) of using a project balance sheet as a powerful project management tool for returning value to the project investors. The project…

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