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Alaskan Mystery

by Bob Weinstein

The 800-mile Alaska Pipeline was a project without a plan or method. This remarkable story presents some valuable lessons from the biggest and most expensive private enterprise in American history.

The Oil Disaster (Part 1)

by Bob Weinstein

The BP oil spill instantly became a crisis management disaster with devastating repercussions. What went wrong, and what lessons can we take from the tragedy?

The Oil Disaster (Part 2)

by Bob Weinstein

The BP oil spill instantly became a crisis management disaster with devastating repercussions. What went wrong, and what lessons can we take from the tragedy? As our two-part article concludes, we look at more of the major management mistakes.

The Analytics of Energy

by Vijay Sankaran

Applying data warehousing and analytics to current events, this writer uses some super-sleuthing analytics to try and get to the bottom of the supply and demand myths of the oil crisis.

re-energized:

by Sarah Fister Gale

Renewable energy emerges from the economic Dark Ages with the spotlight on project management.

New Urban Landscapes: Development with a Sustainable Twist

by Sarah Fister Gale

There are now more than 7 billion people in the world and that number is expected to jump to 9.4 billion in less than 40 years, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. As the population grows, so too does the mass migration from the countryside to cities, particularly in developing nations. This article discusses how project teams are re-imagining urban development to alleviate the massive strain on cities' infrastructure, construction, energy and IT demands.

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