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PM Network October 2018

Automation helps get things done, but it also brings risk. This issue of PM Network® dives into what can go wrong…and how to prevent it.

Featured PM Network Articles

  • Autopilot Perils

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    Automation projects require teams to take risk management to the next level. Errors in these sorts of projects can be magnified upon deployment.

  • Under Lock and Key

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    Data privacy risks have IT leaders on edge. Project managers can offer value by documenting these risks and seeking deeper reviews if necessary.

  • Old Macdonald Had a Robot

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    A new crop of projects is bringing automation to agriculture. Farmers are risk-averse but might offer more buy-in if robotic systems are tested on the farm.

  • Resume Reboot

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    Our careers columnist answers your questions about tailoring your résumé to suit the opportunity, and transitioning from business analyst to project manager.

  • Me Time

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    Self-evaluations are becoming more common. Improve your review by aligning your goals with corporate strategy and keeping good records.

  • There's More

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    See the complete issue online for the latest and greatest from the world of project management.

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