Resources to inform and improve the practice of project management
8 factors create the crown jewel of program management at the US Social Security Administration, Office of Systems.
Program Management Development Practices details the agency’s unrelenting commitment to the development of program managers resulting in a corps of highly skilled, trained and qualified talent. Discover in our newest case study how the agency accomplished its enviable Career Development Program.
Many software development teams want or need to transition to agile but are not sure how to get started. Tony Alletag, PMI-ACP, PMP simplifies the roles, responsibilities, meetings and iteration cycles so that an agile team can easily begin to implement their own agile process that works for their team, clients, customers and users.
A relatively new but increasingly important role is emerging: the chief strategy officer (CSO). From Starbucks to Siemens, many organizations now have a designated CSO.
A CSO can be defined as an executive responsible for assisting the CEO with identifying, communicating, executing and sustaining strategic initiatives — basically, what a portfolio manager does…Read the Voices post by Jen L. Skrabak, PMP, PfMP and add your comments.
Help your project practitioners become project superheroes. See our graphic story with advice from PMI Global Executive Council member organizations.
With insights from project management leaders and practitioners, Pulse of the Profession examines the major business drivers and key industry trends that organizations face — and the activities they can undertake to be more successful.
This series shows how PMOs can become more strategic and support the business by helping prioritize issues, identifying potential problems as they emerge, identifying and managing interdependencies, and communicating the right information at the right time.
Change management is a critical leadership competency that complements technical skills and business acumen. Explore this important facet of project management.
Understand how to navigate complexity in projects and programs using principles, tools and techniques referenced in the PMBOK® Guide and other PMI foundational standards.
The project management principles in the PMBOK® Guide provide the foundation on which to build a strong organizational methodology. Explore our resources on this important topic.
In today's complex economy, organizations are realizing the competitive advantage that formal portfolio management provides them. View all of our resource on this important topic.
Proper management of requirements can help you meet stakeholders' needs and achieve strategic goals. See our resources to help sharpen your expertise.
A joint collaboration between PMI, the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Lean Advancement Initiative, this guide can help organizations cut down on waste, reduce program risk and improve ROI.
Research findings on the impact of the economy on the project management community
A clear, concise and standardized set of project, program and portfolio management definitions.
Check out all the resources that will help you add agile to your toolbox.
Resources and features to empower your career in project management
Hear from your peers and learn from their experience on a variety of subjects. The webinars were created by PMI's communities of practice.
In addition to PM Network®, our magazine for the project management profession, check out our many other publications.
A peer-reviewed academic publication focused on management techniques, research, theories and applications.
The latest developments in certifications, standards, research, events, training opportunities, chapter and community activities, the Board of Directors and more.
Timely updates and information to support your success. See our many publications that serve members, credential holders, regional interests, academia and more.
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PMI sponsored research projects
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PMI sponsored surveys
Read results of completed surveys or participate in a current study to help increase knowledge and understanding.
PMI Educational Foundation
Help us build a better world through project management.
Future of Project Management
Expert observations to help you and your organization prepare for the future