To thrive in a volatile and unpredictable postpandemic economy, companies need smarter, faster, more agile operations. That requires big changes—and commitment from the very top of the organization.
Rail-industry leaders from Hong Kong and the United Kingdom offer insights on optimizing project development and delivery to meet changing environmental, social, and governance expectations.
The IIJA and the EU Green Deal present opportunities to reimagine the built environment for years to come. Infrastructure organizations will need to radically change how they deliver projects.
As 2021 draws to a close, we are excited to bring together another slate of diverse voices to weigh in on the pressing, foundational questions facing infrastructure today.
Infrastructure investors face the opportunity—and the challenge—of helping Europe meet its decarbonization goals. Their focus is to protect past investments, future-proof current ones, and find the next great project.
Welcome to the December edition of Voices on Infrastructure, tackling how we improve project development and delivery at this critical juncture.
Two CEOs—one leading a global investment fund and the other heading one of the world’s largest transit agencies—discuss the once-in-a-generation opportunity to invest in the infrastructure industry.
Companies have only partly addressed the weaknesses in global supply chains exposed by the coronavirus pandemic. In the face of new challenges, finishing the job is even more urgent.
As companies accelerate the adoption of automation and artificial intelligence, they need a better way to maximize the benefits of these new technologies while minimizing the risks.
To build resilience in volatile markets, most companies will need to change across the full span of their operations.