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  • PM Network

    Forest from the Trees

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Chasing growth at a time of uncertainty takes a daring vision. Amid Brazil's worst recession and a tumultuous political landscape, Fibria Celulose in 2015 launched the largest private project in the…

  • PM Network

    Express Routes

    By Ali, Ambreen Bus rapid transit (BRT) projects are back in the fast lane. The resurgence is happening as cities around the world seek to reduce congestion and create public transportation opportunities beyond…

  • PM Network

    Big Oil's Wind Pivot

    By Greengard, Samuel The winds have shifted. As the long-term outlook for fossil fuels sours, major oil and gas industry organizations are turning to energy sources they once shunned as unprofitable. But if they want…

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    Buzz Worthy

    By Alderton, Matt Whether sipping espressos in a café or brewing a pot of plain black java at home, the world can't get enough. More than 2 billion cups are consumed each day—a nearly 30 percent increase over the…

  • PM Network

    Taking Charge

    By Parsi, Novid The sun doesn't always shine, the wind doesn't always blow. So project teams are advancing technology to cushion against unreliability. With battery costs dropping, grid-scale storage facility…

  • Project Management Journal

    Endogenous Factor Analysis member content locked

    By Tang, Ziran | Li, Lin | Zhu, Shasha | Huang, Zhenyu This study investigates how the endogenous factors of public projects affect carbon performance. Taking the logical framework approach, a research model and hypotheses are proposed to evaluate the…

  • PM Network

    Balance of Power

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Call it a hinge moment in global energy markets. Nearly three years ago, project portfolios were thrown into a tailspin seemingly overnight when the price of oil plunged. Little has changed since…

  • PM Network

    From the Ground Up

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Cities are getting more crowded—and looking for new ways to make sure no space is wasted. In 2016, more than half of the world's 7.4 billion people lived in urban areas, according to the U.S. Census…

  • Closing the gap between sustainable strategy and implementation

    By Kohl, Kristina Increasingly, organisations are adopting sustainable strategy as a management approach to build organisational value while protecting natural and social capital. However, a sustainability…

  • Excite!

    By Juli, Thomas In times of increasing competition in the marketplace, organizational excellence and performance is ever more important. But what does "organizational excellence and performance" actually mean? And…

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