Communicating in PMI

This article showcases the operations of PMI Communications (PMIC) and reviews the institute's serial publications operations from the first nine-page issue of Project Management Quarterly (PMQ) in April, 1970, up to the present. In 1984, the PMQ was renamed the Project Management Journal, and PMNETwork was introduced to cover news about PMI and its members. Numerous publications were issued during the 1980s, and a 164-page Membership Directory was published in 1989. By 1992, the PMI Board made the decision to start publishing books. Among the technologies most essential to PMIC operations are printing, composition, graphics, color, communications, and distribution.
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