It's a world of haves and have nots. One city built a library to erase barriers.
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As city populations swell—and the pressure on those infrastructure systems follows suit—more project sponsors are launching ambitious initiatives to build new cities from scratch.
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.
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.
Companies are racing to push AI-powered voice-assistant projects to market. But education and flexibility are needed for teams to make sound decisions.
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?
To preserve one of the world’s largest natural sequoia groves, a team balanced the needs of tourists and trees.
McDonald’s reinvented its customers’ digital experience—and its project governance—in less than a year.
McDonald's reinvented its customers’ digital experience—and its project governance—in less than a year.
경영진은 전략적 우선 순위를 나팔을 때 혼합 된 메시지를 보낸 다음 그 목표에 부합하지 않는 프로젝트 뒤에 자신의 체중을 던집니다.