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    Virtual Count

    By Parsi, Novid The United States government is about to embark on one of its highest-stakes IT projects ever—the nation's first digital census. Households will complete online surveys, and field workers will…

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    Bias Busters

    By Bishel, Ashley Could the biggest risks threatening a project's success lie not in the external environment but between the ears of every person involved in a project? It's possible. From the sponsor to the project…

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    Transfer of Power

    By Parsi, Novid Anxiety and opportunity have gripped Germany's project management. With all eyes focused on post-Brexit repercussions, political and economic uncertainty threaten to slow Germany's full-throttle…

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    Preserve & Protect

    By Fister Gale, Sarah The massive blaze in April that destroyed the spire and roof of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France stopped a €150 million renovation project in its tracks. The charred timbers and blackened…

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    Urban Stall

    A proposed smart-city project in Toronto, Ontario, Canada has stalled out due to stakeholder privacy concerns.

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    Healthy Defense

    Digital transformation is sweeping the healthcare sector, but with more data and connected devices come more opportunities for cyberattacks.

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    Virtual Disconnect

    Fraud and theft hover over every online transaction— and project teams are taking action. As e-commerce continues its meteoric rise—up 18 percent in 2018 to nearly US$3 trillion globally, according…

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    Risk Ready

    As the speed of business change accelerates, even the most storied organizations are injecting digital transformation into their organizational DNA. With so much change, risk management has moved…

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    Fruit Fight

    Citrus industries are in trouble. Citrus greening disease could decimate groves in almost all of the world's major citrus growing areas, from Africa and Asia (where the disease originated) to Europe…

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    Panoramic Precision

    The project was as ambitious as the artwork is gargantuan. Five years ago, the Atlanta History Center launched a privately funded US$35 million initiative to restore and relocate The Battle of…

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