Global Executive Council

Only one third of an organization’s important projects deliver the expected results. The remaining projects unfortunately miss their strategic objectives, creating enormous financial costs for the companies involved.

The impacts of these failures highlight the numerous opportunities for performance improvement, and it becomes clear that a more widespread, effective use of project management is needed. The path forward starts with PMI’s Global Executive Council.

Work and Criteria

PMI and members of the influential Council believe that project, program and portfolio management deliver a strategic advantage that helps organizations do more with less, meet their strategic objectives and avoid those costly project failures. 

The elite organizations selected for the Council are well-positioned to direct the future of the project management profession, and ensure its continued growth and success.

  • Are mature and credible in their organizational project management (OPM) practices.
  • Can influence the project, portfolio and program management (PPPM) practices of other organizations.
  • Assign appropriate internal resources to support the Council.
  • Adhere to the Council’s code of conduct, as well as the PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct.
  • Align with PMI and support our programs, products and services. 

For more information about the work of the council, or the criteria for joining, please send an email to

Are you doing all you can to make the most of your organization’s investment in project and program management? Council members get the insight to try faster, better and smarter business results.

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Global Executive Council Member Organizations

AB Volvo ABB Accenture Aditya Birla Group
Airbus Group Alibaba Group Amazon AstraZeneca
Australia Department of Defence BAE Systems Barrick Gold Corporation BASF
BHP Billiton Boeing Booz Allen Hamilton Bosch Group
BP Burns & McDonnell CareFirst Caterpillar, Inc.
China National Offshore Oil Corp. (CNOOC) China Petroleum Engineering & Construction Corporation (CPECC) China State Nuclear Power Engineering Corp. Citigroup
CLP Power Limited Corporate Education Group Deere & Company Dell EMC
Deloitte UK Deloitte US Deutsche Bank du Telecom (EITC)
Dubai Road and Transportation Authority (RTA) DuPont Pioneer DXC Technology Entel
Ericsson ExxonMobil FedEx Fujitsu
GE GMR Group Government of Canada - Department of National Defence Huawei Technologies
IBM Global Business Services ICF International IIL Indra
Infor Infosys Ltd JLL JPMorgan Chase & Co.
KPMG International Larsen & Toubro Limited Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Mayo Clinic
Medtronic Michelin Microsoft NASA
NTT Data PriceWaterhouseCoopers Procter & Gamble Rio Tinto
SAP America, Inc. Saudi Aramco TD Bank Telstra
Thomson Reuters - North America U.S. Army Corps of Engineers U.S. Department of Defense - ATL, DAU U.S. Department of Energy
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Wells Fargo Wolters-Kluwer ZTE China