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Published monthly, PM Network is filled with new ideas and fresh perspectives from the profession's most experienced and engaging minds. With in-depth articles and interviews with the industry's most successful and respected project managers, this publication from the Project Management Institute sets the standard for excellence. Now you can also read select articles from the magazine on ProjectManagement.com!

Change of Current: a U.S. team’s river infrastructure project delivered long-term value

by PM Network, Novid Parsi

As the busiest inland commercial shipping route in the United States, the Ohio River is a valuable link in the country’s economy. More than 80 million tons of grain, coal and other commodities pass through each year—together worth more than US$22 billion. So when antiquated locks and dams at one juncture began causing serious transit delays decades ago, the U.S. government knew it had to fix the bottleneck as quickly as possible.

Inside Track: Back to the Future

by PM Network

Getting the data architecture right at the start saves time and money and improves delivery in the long run.

Monumental Success: A team renovated a U.S. landmark to make it more connected to its city

by PM Network, Catherine Elton

The Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri, USA has been an iconic guidepost. As the tallest man-made monument in the Western Hemisphere, it towers above the Mississippi River, connecting east and west in the heart of the country. Yet there’s always been a disconnect between the landmark and the city it heralds.

Inside Track: Call of Duty

by PM Network

In Katie Sierzego’s job, tech prowess would be nothing without proper stakeholder management. As the head of IT services for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Europe District, she must manage the input and feedback of everyone from U.S. military leaders to local contractors in more than 40 countries.

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Analyzing the Future: 3 Ways Data Science Will Change Project Management

by PM Network, Luke Desmond

The wave of big data and other data-science-related knowledge is turning into a flood. The economy is rapidly transforming into a knowledge-based one. In fact, the four largest companies based on market capitalization—Apple, Google, Microsoft and Amazon—are all data-driven organizations. How will this data science storm affect project, program and portfolio management?

Caring for Giants

by Ashley Bishel

To preserve one of the world’s largest natural sequoia groves, a team balanced the needs of tourists and trees.

Agile Infusion (Japanese Translation)

by PM Network Staff

アジャイルへの移行を促進するには何が必要か、プロジェクトマネジメント・コミュニティに問いかけました 。

Executive Influence (Japanese Translation)

by Ambreen Ali

CXOレベル(経営幹部レベル)のプロジェクト・プロフェショナル3名が、どのように戦略的な実行の価値を高めたのかを明かします。

Time for Z: A New Generation of Project Talent Is Ready To Work

by Kate Rockwood

Generation Z—born between roughly 1994 and 2010—is about to steal the spotlight. But by 2020, they'll make up 20 percent of the global workforce. Hiring managers and project management offices can prep to snag top next-gen talent by knowing what—beyond a native attachment to tech—makes Gen Z tick.

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