Economic upswings and disruptive technologies are fueling job growth across project-intensive sectors. But career opportunities are anything but uniform.
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A PMO standardized practices and upgraded talent to push an aerospace company to new heights.
Since the last installment of this annual recap of what IT issues are trending (and where those trends are likely to be going), much has been happening. This installment, the roundup will focus on numbers with CIOs, IT salaries, IT spending and IT security.
For CIOs in 2017, the issues and challenges are not getting any easier. What should CIOs—especially in smaller to mid-sized organizations—focus on to improve their job life expectancy?
Project success rates have climbed and waste has fallen significantly as more organizations develop technical and leadership skills, establish project management offices to align vision with execution, and adopt agile approaches, according to Project Management Institute's latest Pulse of the Profession report.
With all that is happening in the world, who has the time to pour through all the IT-related studies and surveys that have been conducted over the past 12 months? This survey roundup will focus on CIOs, IT salaries, IT spending and IT security.
We’re already halfway through the year, and it’s time for the annual technology update! So get your geek on and let’s have a look at the hot information technologies for 2017...
With 2017 almost in the rear-view mirror, it’s time to turn our gaze on achieving CIO success in 2018. Let's reflect on the plusses and minuses of 2017 performances in terms of what added to our success—and what led us away from it.
McDonald’s reinvented its customers’ digital experience—and its project governance—in less than a year.