Stakeholder Services

The heart of our strategy is ensuring that we deliver individual value to our most important customers throughout their careers.

Irrespective of industry or geography, PMI strives to provide significant support at key inflection points in our customers’ professional journeys at every stage of their careers. We provide a range of high-quality, products, events, and digital offerings that offer practitioners options to customize their learning journey - and prepare them to succeed in The Project Economy.

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PMI certifications enable project professionals to demonstrate their mastery of the tools, strategies, and communications needed to advance projects on time and on budget in alignment with organizational strategy. PMI continues to expand its certification portfolio to align to modern career journeys, including offering more products for those at the beginning of their career journeys and experienced professionals seeking to develop new skills.

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The 2019 publication of The Standard for Earned Value Management marked the most recent addition of an ANSI National Standard to PMI’s portfolio, delivering a valuable new offering for organizations and U.S. Government agencies.  We also released The Standard for Risk Management in Portfolios, Programs, and Projects; The Practice Standard for Scheduling – Third Edition; The Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structures – Third Edition; The Practice Standard for Estimating – Second Edition; and Benefits Realization Management: A Practice Guide.

Work also began on the development of the PMBOK® Guide – Seventh Edition, and PMIStandards+, a brand new digital product.  Developed through a customer-centric and iterative approach, the new edition of the PMBOK® Guide will be inclusive of the full value delivery landscape, while PMIStandards+ launched as an MVP to deliver PMI’s standards, guides and supplemental content in an accessible, interactive, digital solution. Both products are expected to launch in 2021.

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PMI continued to establish thought leadership in the agile space through its publications: rebranding and publishing Choose Your Way of Working (WOW) and Intro to Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) - two titles that were part of the Disciplined Agile portfolio – and the Design Patterns Companion, authored by Scott Bain from FLEX.

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Extending Our Product Portfolio Across New Ways of Working

With a renewed emphasis on innovation capabilities in 2019, PMI commenced developing a pipeline of new digital offerings underway that aligned to our customer needs. By maintaining a new “digital first” mindset, PMI has spurred innovation among teams, unlocking new ways of working, and continued to deliver relevant value to our stakeholders.



Study Hall

Disciplined Agile Certification Suite

Reaching all change makers with Micro-certification specializations

Digital Learning

DA Basics

PMP Prep Course

Brightline Transformation

Wicked Problem Solving

Snippets and Navigator




Virtual Experience Series - tailored to target customer segments

A focused effort on attracting more younger professionals

Virtual live SeminarsWorld, LIMs, Regional Events

Standards and Publications (Commencing)

PMBOK® Guide - Seventh Edition

Standards Plus - An interactive digital platform to deliver PMI's standards

Membership (Commencing)

Membership Tiers - Pilot launch in second half of 2020

Bundled with Standards+, Snippets, Navigator 

Some examples of achievements in 2019 in developing new digital products and offerings:

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Snippets are bite-sized, informational and educational, content to help emerging project professionals and new project managers learn about selected topic areas.

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Navigator is the “portal into PMI” - a career development platform for project management professionals. With a comprehensive self-assessment of skills, interests, and goals, Navigator offers a personalized action plan to achieve growth goals and directs users to the opportunities PMI can provide to grow their skills.

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Baseline is “PM for non-PMs”, a light educational web app teaching the essentials of project and product management to people brand new to the field.  It includes mini lessons with activities to reinforce learning and templates learners can use to run their project immediately.

Baseline was also PMI’s first offering co-created in partnership with members of the Global Executive Council.

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Standards Plus

Standards Plus reflects a significant advancement in PMI’s standards publications – the creation of an interactive digital platform to deliver PMI’s standards enhanced with content that incorporates current, emerging and future practices, methods, artifacts and other useful information. This digital content better reflects the dynamic nature of the project management body of knowledge.

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Study Hall

Study Hall is an enablement tool for certification candidates that will support their preparation for PMI certifications. The main goal of the tool is to help reduce the anxiety of candidates by sharing information that will them prepare better understand the type of questions and receive expert advice. Study Hall was released as PMI’s first ever digital exam enablement tool to provide support and assistance to individuals who are preparing to take one of PMI’s certification.

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New PMP in 2020

The PMP certification has long been considered the “gold standard” of the profession - distinguished from competitors for its rigorous certification process that demonstrates commitment, its global recognition, and its credibility in designating someone as holding real-world project management experience.

Every 3 to 5 years, PMI conducts exhaustive research to determine how the  project management profession has progressed, the impact of emerging trends, and how the responsibilities of project managers have changed. We ran a new round of research in 2019 and experts from leading organizations around the world worked with us to define the PMP of the future.

As we identified, project professionals need more diverse skills and approaches than ever before. The PMP is evolving just like the profession; that’s why the future exam will focus on three new domains – people, process, and business environment, with content that spans the value delivery spectrum, including predictive, agile, and hybrid approaches across all three domains.

The new exam is currently slated for launch in early 2021.

Our Digital Community -, PMI’s digital community, welcomed more than 3 million unique visitors from 190 countries in 2019. They took advantage of the site’s powerful community, networking and content offerings, accounting for more than 2 million on-demand webinar views, more than 1 million article views, and 750K template downloads—with multiple languages represented. The community hosted more than 85K attendees for its virtual events (including the popular PMXPO), and launched new blogs that gave greater exposure to community members (Peerspectives) and Disciplined Agile. newsletter images Agile themed homepage image Strategy themed homepage image