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PMI'S 2020 'Pulse of the Profession' Reveals How Teams Are Adapting to Change

 

PMI'S 2020 PULSE OF THE PROFESSION®

Organizations and their teams will have to adapt—and quickly—if they want to maintain their competitive advantage, according to PMI's latest Pulse of the Profession®.

EMBRACING CHANGE

What does that look like? Executive leaders believe these factors are most important to achieve project success in the future:

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To grow their project management capabilities, organizations are prioritizing:

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PEOPLE POWER

The customer is always right? Debatable. But what's not up for debate is that organizations are emphasizing the customer's perspective to achieve benefits.

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COMPETITIVE EDGE

These traits are what reveal champions when it comes to project management culture:

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WASTE MANAGEMENT

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PMO POTENCY

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Source: Pulse of the Profession, PMI, 2020 (Results based on a global survey of 3,060 project professionals, 358 senior executives and 554 project management office directors/directors of project management in 2019)

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