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Participate in PMI online communities of practice to interact with project practitioners around the world who share your interest in a specific industry or practice area. Use the online platform to share with, learn from and collaborate with your peers through webinars, wikis, blogs and more.

Have a specific project challenge? Post your question on the discussion boards or help other practitioners by sharing your experiences and successes.

To take advantage of this exclusive PMI member benefit:

  • Log in above to PMI.org using your username and password, and explore the current communities.
  • As you visit, subscribe to any or all communities that interest you.

Upcoming Webinars

PMI Community of Practice webinars are available exclusively to PMI members, and at no additional cost. Participants may claim 1 Professional Development Unit (PDU) per one hour webinar.

Organizational Development and Starbucks Transformation – 28 March
PMI Change Management Community of Practice

This webinar presents organizational development principles, strategy and design methods in the context of Starbucks Corporation’s transformation. Learn more and register.

Project Managing Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity – 28 March
PMI IT & Telecom Community of Practice

This presentation will address some of the key elements associated with preventing, preparing for and managing through events that could have a devastating impact on an organization. Learn more and register

Risk Energetics, Sustainable Risk Management, David Hillson – 2 April
PMI Project Risk Management Community of Practice

This presentation introduces the new concept of “risk energetics” to explore the reasons for poor risk management performance Learn more and register.

Maintaining Aging Infrastructure – 4 April
PMI Utility Industry Community of Practice

This webinar will present real world examples to demonstrate the important roles of material properties in concrete engineering assessments and repair projects. Learn more and register.

Market Research: The Job to Be Done – 8 April
PMI Innovation and New Product Development Community of Practice

This webinar will explore getting back to a fundamental process of using jobs-to-be-done thinking to light a fire in your company and catapult you back into a high growth mode. Learn more and register.

Project Management in Practice Book Review! Part 2 – 18 April
PMI Learning Education and Development Community of Practice

During this webinar, we will continue the review of this quarter's book, Project Management in Practice, 5th edition, to provide advice on how to use the book as a resource to assist with the development of project management curricula, one of our core development themes. Learn more and register.

Good Estimates and Bad Biases: Eight Traps to Avoid – 22 April
PMI IT & Telecom Community of Practice

This webinar details some of the worst intellectual “traps” and features several exercises to illustrate how we all fall prey to them. Learn more and register

Great Project Leadership: Five Essentials – 23 April
PMI Ethics in Project Management Community of Practice

This is a how-to presentation, which describes how project managers can take specific leadership actions that will contribute to project success. It will define project leadership, drawing from the large body of PMI-sponsored and related project leadership research. Learn more and register.

Project Sponsors in Government: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly – 25 April
PMI Government Community of Practice

This presentation will highlight the essential tips on developing effective relationships with your project sponsor. Learn more and register.

Developing a Project Management Standard for your Organization – 13 May
PMI Organizational Project Management Community of Practice

This presentation will highlight the best practices for planning and developing your project management standard and will include examples for identifying needs, objectives and benefits for the standard. Learn more and register.

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