“When you work in a predominantly male environment, such as IT, it seems easier for
women to get noticed.” —Priscila Duarte, PMP, Nokia Siemens Networks, São Paulo, Brazil
PLAYING IT TOO SAFE?
A shaky economy made almost everyone afraid of risk—leaving the
door wide open for companies that dare to invest in innovation.
by Sarah Fister Gale
They earn less. They’re stereotyped. They have to fight for respect.
Are women faring any better in project management? by Donovan Burba
BACK IN THE SADDLE
Making your way back into the ranks of the employed means
leaving mistakes behind and focusing on the job at hand.
by Cindy Waxer
TOWER OF BABEL
A South African bank and a Chinese debit card company get
their teams—and technology—speaking the same language.
by Michelle Bowles
Not all of the valuable skills your project team members possess
show up on their résumés. by Malcolm Wheatley
DESPERATELY SEEKING TALENT
Companies are hiring again. Do you have what they’re looking for?
by Rachel Zupek
2010 PMI PROJECT OF THE YEAR PREVIEW
THE BEST OF THE BEST
The power of project management helps three teams deliver high-profile
projects—under the scrutiny of some very watchful eyes.
by Kelley Hunsberger
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