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Every project is different. And yet, the one constant that you—and every project manager before and after you—can be sure of is that your team (if you have one) and your stakeholders are looking to you to make their project a success
Of course, your success and by extension, the project’s success doesn’t happen in a vacuum. You’ll be working in partnership with others internally and externally, and to manage this project well, you’ll need to manage their expectations.
A foundation of shared…

One of the most sought-after voices in the business, Mr. Brick has narrated some 900 books by authors as diverse as Lee Child, Ayn Rand and Truman Capote.

Preservationists are finally rallying to save what were once “the heartbeat" of black communities—like Hamtramck Stadium, the home of the Detroit Stars.

California is pushing back against federal actions by enforcing state rules and standards that it says have precedence.

A shirt made of 1950s napkins? Pants from a quilt? For inventive brands like Bode and Needles, the design credo is ‘reduce, reuse, recycle.” And they do it remarkably well.

Designed by Norwegian firm Snøhetta, the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, promises to spread knowledge and promote understanding against the backdrop of the kingdom's dismal record on human rights.

The new urban public realm in the United States is highly programmed—some of that design approach reflects the trends of culture and some reflects a history of violence and bad for PR for parks at the end of the 20th century.

Remember the dot-com bubble? This year could finally shatter a record from that heady time, but the companies going public are bigger and older than they were back then.

Although it’s more widely known in popular culture for wait-listed handbags like the Birkin, the French brand still caters to well-heeled equestrians.

The state will be able to limit its expansion of Medicaid under a decision from the Trump administration that falls short of a broadening of eligibility that Utah’s voters had approved last year.

In his new book 'Capital City,' Samuel Stein contends that real-estate interests have co-opted urban planning and made planners complicit in gentrification.

On Thursday, March 28, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), during a House Intelligence Committee open hearing, responded to Trump and Congressional Republican's calls f...

The ULI Asia Pacific Leadership Convivium, held in Shenzhen in March, heard from a panel of real estate professionals in their 20s and 30s, explaining how the demands of the next generation of consumers and owners are changing real estate.

The symposium is part of a yearlong series of events focusing on food justice.

Making a whole state a “sanctuary” has protected more immigrants from ICE arrests, new research finds. But there’s one big limitation: Local law enforcement officials.