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  • PM Network

    Fintech Reckoning

    By Fister Gale, Sarah, Fintech adoption rates among consumers have nearly doubled every two years since 2015—and the pace only accelerated during the pandemic. As people in lockdown turned to their smartphones and…

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    New Urban Utopia

    By Thomas, Jennifer, Proximity evoked peril. Density brought danger, if not death. As the pandemic gripped the globe, the hallmarks of urban living—public transportation, high-rises with shared amenities, crowded…

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    The Future of Learning

    By Fister Gale, Sarah, More than 1 billion children in at least 185 countries were impacted by school closures related to the global pandemic last year, according to the World Economic Forum. For many, a shift toonline…

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    A la altura de un legado

    By Parsi, Novid Elevándose 165 metros (541 pies) en el aire e inclinada en un ángulo de 45 grados, la Torre de Montreal en Québec, Canadá, es un emblema icónico de la ciudad. Sin embargo, además de ser el hogar de…

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    A Towering Legacy

    By Parsi, Novid Rising 165 meters (541 feet) into the air and tilted at a 45-degree angle, the Montréal Tower in Québec, Canada is an iconic emblem of the city. Yet aside from being home to a popular observatory,…

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    Trees of Life

    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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    Extended Influence

    By Patra, Priya Digital project teams often face a vast and complex experience ecosystem. There's no doubt that customers and employees garner most of the attention, but, as project professionals, we also must…

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    Healthy Perspective

    By Parsi, Novid As hospitals and other facilities raise the bar on health outcomes and experiences, teams are shaping projects from a patient's perspective—and it starts long before anyone seeks treatment. Whether…

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    Subtle Influence

    By Hernàndez, Eduard The smallest actions can alter people's behaviors in a predictable way without limiting their ability to make decisions. Want to spend less money on groceries? Pick a basket over a shopping cart.…

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    Urban Movement

    By Wilkinson, Amy Modern transportation is a crowded arena. As cutting-edge technologies move from the realm of sci-fi to mainstream and stakeholders increasingly clamor for more sustainable alternatives, governments…

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