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Nominate a project for the PMIEF Kerzner AwardNominate a project for the PMIEF Kerzner Award

PMI Educational Foundation, a nonprofit charitable organization, is accepting nominations for the PMIEF Kerzner Award, sponsored by the International Institute for Learning, Inc. (IIL).

Nominate yourself or someone else who has managed a small, medium or large project in any sector. The deadline is 16 May.

Implementing Organizational Project ManagementImplementing Organizational Project Management

Is your organization ready for better project outcomes? High-performing organizations are three times more likely than low performers — 45% percent vs. 15% — to use standardized project management practices throughout the organization. (2014 Pulse of the Profession® study.)

Begin creating methodologies in your organization — download the new practice guide for free.

How to turn obstacles into assetsHow to turn obstacles into assets

Hear Jake Greene use business, movies and pop culture to build a new perspective on "Project Management in the Age of Disruptive Opportunities" at Mega SeminarsWorld® 2014.

Join us in sunny Orlando to get in-depth knowledge and network with your peers from around the world.

Making Room for the RiverMaking Room for the River

For centuries, the Netherlands built walls to keep the water out. With the €2.3 billion Room for the River program, the European country — where 26 percent of the land sits below sea level — is now letting the water in.

A program management guide is one tool in this unique flood-control effort.

  • Nominate a project for the PMIEF Kerzner Award
    PMIEF Kerzner Award
  • Implementing Organizational Project Management
    Organizational methodology
  • How to turn obstacles into assets
    Turn obstacles into assets
  • Making Room for the River
    Making room for the river

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PMI credentials distinguish you in the job market and can help you move ahead. Several certifications including the PMP® validate a range of education and experience levels in project management. Find out more or get started now to apply.

PMP® credential holders earn higher salaries than non-credentialed project managers as shown in the Project Management Salary Survey–Eighth Edition. Become a Project Management Professional (PMP)®.

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Learn more about project management

Project Management Metrics, KPIs, and Dashboards Project Management Metrics, KPIs, and Dashboards

A Guide to Measuring and Monitoring Project Performance

Understand metrics and KPIs and how to use them on your project. Learn about dashboard types, design issues and applications. The second edition includes information on value driven metrics, customer relations management, project oversight, agile and Scrum metrics, plus metrics pitfalls and myths.

Enabling Organizational Change Through Strategic Initiatives Enabling Organizational Change Through Strategic Initiatives

Successful implementation of strategic initiatives is critical for organizations to enable sustainable change. Change Enablers (organizations that are highly effective at organizational change management) demonstrate three practices that improve performance and help them gain a competitive advantage in the midst of today’s volatile global economy.

The Fight Against Polio: A Project Management Approach The Fight Against Polio: A Project Management Approach

On 13 January 2014, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared India free from the wild polio virus, ending a campaign launched two and a half decades ago. Read about the project strategies that helped.
—From Manage India

The Silver Lining of Project Uncertainties The Silver Lining of Project Uncertainties

Researchers Thomas G. Lechler, PhD, Ting Gao and Barbara Edington, PMP, DPS explore the differences between the management of risk and uncertainty in project implementation, and the benefits that can exploited in these situations. PMI member content Member Content