Purpose-driven projects have the potential to change the world. With a clear mission and careful planning, project teams can solve society’s biggest problems, leaving an impact that will last for generations.
The three 2016 Project of the Year finalists each pushed the envelope in
their own way. One designed a world-class research facility that enables
subatomic X-rays of unprecedented precision. Another allowed a factory to
quadruple its output while drastically reducing its environmental footprint.
A third streamlined an Australian state’s pediatric services to improve the
lives of sick children.
Here’s a first glimpse at each of this year’s finalists. Look for PM Network
feature stories on each in coming issues as well as videos on PMI’s You Tube
channel for up-close looks at their achievements.
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BY TEGAN JONES