Program Management

Automating an Alternative: 5 Reasons to Automate Data Collection

by Tapsi Puri May 24, 2017

The technology consulting industry is debating how we provide data on projects. Some feel that there are no efficiencies to be found, while others argue that better overall service to the customer is possible. In the past, the preferred way to collect and distribute data was to spend hours and money doing repetitive work, gathering numbers […]

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Program Management Brings Efficiency and Success to Airlines’ Rebrand

by Joel DeBoer May 1, 2017

The complexity of managing multiple projects for a single client presents a wide range of potential roadblocks, especially if those projects are in different cities. From suppliers and contractors to stakeholders and budgets, each additional piece of the puzzle adds variables, increasing room for error. For large programs to be completed in a timely, cost-effective […]

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How Online Anger Pollutes Public Sentiment

by Chris Deffenbaugh February 6, 2017

Bill Gates once said, “In this industry, by the time you realize you’re in trouble, it’s already too late.” And while he was referring specifically to the technology and software sectors, a parallel can also be drawn to the U.S. energy industry: By the time you realize you’re facing a public opinion deficit, it’s likely […]

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Building Stronger Project Teams with Co-Location

by Jennifer Berry November 16, 2016

We’ve all seen sitcom episodes where the lead character takes a piece of string and divides their room down the middle, sectioning off their “territory.” Whether it’s Marsha and Jan on The Brady Bunch or Stephanie and DJ on Full House, the divider was always designed to defuse some conflict involving a violation of personal […]

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FAA Clarifies UAV Rule, Paves Way for Larger Fields of Operation

by Steve Santovasi June 29, 2016

In recent years, the engineering and construction industries has started to see progress on the expanded use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for commercial applications. On June 21, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved expanded regulations on permissible UAV altitudes to include objects higher than 400 feet, as long as the operator remains within 400 […]

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