Researching the Value of Project Management Study

About the Study

Researching the Value of Project Management is a multi-year study commissioned by PMI and conducted by researchers Janice Thomas and Mark Mullaly, PMP, through Athabasca University in Athabasca, Alberta, Canada. The study looked at more than 60 case studies from a globally dispersed array of industries.

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