The world's largest credit union launched a PMO to bring order to its IT portfolio—and gave U.S. military members better access to their money, from anywhere in the world.
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By understanding their respective strengths, project managers and business analysts can deliver better project results.
IT projects that aim to protect at-risk species must navigate the world's most unpredictable terrain—and sidestep potential pitfalls.
When disruption is the norm, success flows to organizations with agility at their core.
In August, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power in the U.S. state of California dumped 96 million black plastic balls into its primary drinking water reservoir. It wasn't an accident. The ball dump was the culmination of a project to protect the city's water supply.
Universities are embarking on building binges to construct new facilities and even new campuses. Across the U.S., the number of construction projects launched by colleges last year increased 19 percent over the previous year, according to Dodge Data & Analytics.
Silicon Valley is now just one of many tech project hot spots, as cities around the world try to capture a little of California's energy. The world's top 10 “startup ecosystems,” according to research firm Compass and its 2015 Global Startup Ecosystem Ranking, now include Tel Aviv, Israel; London, England and Singapore.
Chevron gets creative to meet the needs of a fuel-hungry U.S. metropolis.
Fast changing circumstances and growing complexity are making it difficult for businesses to effectively pursue their strategic goals. This webinar highlights the emergent challenges that have created a paradigm shift in business management.
Each morning, about 90,000 passengers pass through Victoria Tube Station, one of the busiest yet smallest train stations in London, England. Infrastructure projects spanning more than 10 years and £700 million have helped, But transit sector experts warn more projects are sorely needed—and fast.