Ticketmaster's project management office works behind the scenes to boost business across the company's global markets.
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In the midst of a crisis, project managers must know how to fight a fire—without fanning the flames.
A new wave of nuclear power plant projects must overcome gaps in talent, the supply chain and public support.
Keeping an eye on the horizon—and crafting a contingency plan—can help project teams anticipate and avoid unexpected risks.
A fledging PMO helped a financial processing firm come back from behind.
The biometric security market is poised for rapid growth: It's expected to be worth US$25 billion by 2020, up from US$10 billion in 2014, according to BIS Research. Before products incorporating everything from iris to voice to fingerprint recognition can go mainstream, though, project managers have to navigate challenges such as a product's user-friendliness and stakeholders’ security concerns.
A public-private partnership delivered hundreds of new and improved bridges—and a blueprint for managing infrastructure projects.
To navigate a turbulent marketplace, organizations must master portfolio management.
Big-name retailers are trying small-store formats on for size. Launching these microstore projects in urban areas allows large companies to find growth opportunities outside their traditional markets. But it also requires project managers to rethink space planning, the customer experience, logistics and IT requirements.
From energy to water to transportation, the United States’ aging infrastructure looks increasingly decrepit. With a significant funding shortfall projected for years to come, the pressure is on teams to find innovative ways to cut costs and time on infrastructure projects.