Technologists and designers are combining to produce innovative new fabrics and manufacturing processes which will reshape the fashion industry
Product lifecycle management, once a niche discipline, is now making inroads into many economic sectors, spurred on by the digital industrial revolution
Digital twinning has emerged as a major new approach to design and maintenance in the fourth industrial revolution, transforming the full life cycle of a product
The much-hyped internet of things is in the process of profoundly changing how both consumers and businesses interact with the environment around them
Countless new sources of information are transforming, speeding up and complicating innovation, product development and even the product itself as digitalisation spreads deeper and wider in enterprises around the world
This year saw the symbolic Doomsday Clock hand move to 2-and-a-half minutes to midnight – the hypothetical armageddon. Ollie Pickup investigates why the world is creeping closer and closer to ‘doomsday’
Shaking up your sleep pattern at the weekend could have consequences on your long-term health, a new study finds
Following the Conservatives’ unexpected lost majority, is it now time for politicians to hire project managers to run their election campaigns?
The United States beat the Soviet Union to the Moon by bold project management of its space programme
Smart robots are poised to take over routine project management, but the machines cannot yet fully replace project managers
Launching reusable rockets may be the key to unlock private spaceflight, but it presents a challenge for project managers
Some have called China’s One Belt, One Road initiative the greatest project management show on Earth and, although still in the early stages, it could be a goldmine for UK plc
Organising the retrieval of otherwise overwhelming plastic waste is creating wealth for the poorest communities
Going freelance as an experienced project manager can be a win-win for the individual and client
Mobilising a global citizens’ watch over the oceans is helping to combat the crime of illegal fishing
Collaboration is essential to deliver a mega-project, such as London’s Nine Elms development, involving numerous agencies with varied requirements
A new breed of human is on its way. Transhumanists are a group who seek to accelerate the evolution of humanity through science and technology. Oliver Pickup investigates the movement, the implications for humankind and asks, is it morally wrong to augment humans?
Disruptive technology applied to the insurance industry is finding its way into the mainstream of a previously traditional business
Digital technology promises to transform the insurance industry with better deals and new policies for customers
In a world where personal data-driven insurance products are increasingly tailored to the individual, could some consumers be unfairly disadvantaged?