Pulse of the Profession
Pulse of the Profession® is our annual global survey of project, program and portfolio managers tracking the major trends in project management.
Are you future ready? Our Pulse of the Profession® research shows that organizations that prioritize maturing their delivery capabilities enjoy more successful outcomes.
Organizations must apply the same strategic mindset behind the drive for bottom-line results to ensure projects deliver a positive social impact, according to new PMI research.
Organizations must invest in building a culture - and project teams - that can turn cutting-edge ideas into reality, according to new PMI research.
PMI research shows project teams that draw from an array of perspectives and skillsets deliver powerful outcomes.
PMI research reveals that it’s the organizations with creative, collaborative and agile teams that will thrive in The Project Economy.
Focus: Artificial Intelligence
Our Pulse of the Profession® research reveals that artificial intelligence is already helping project leaders streamline—and improve—project work.
According to Pulse of the Profession® data, the impact of artificial intelligence is increasing—and it's changing how how projects are managed.
Focus: Disruptive Technologies
Organizations all over the world are being impacted by disruptive technologies—including cloud solutions, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT)—that are displacing established technologies. Those that want to understand and manage the impact of these technologies can look to proven project management practices to survive and thrive during these times of change. Our In-Depth reports look at Disruptive Technologies and their impact on organizational success.
In-Depth Topic Reports
This report looks at the impact of disruptive technologies and how organizations are using project management practices to survive and thrive during times of change.
The Project Manager of the Future: Developing digital-age project management skills to thrive in disruptive times
Disruptive technologies can help project managers perform better and on a more strategic level. Building a truly digital skillset today requires a combination of skills.