The past, the present and the future of OPM3

In 1987, PMI contributed to the advancement of the project management profession worldwide when it published PMBOK Standards, the precursor to the 1996 version of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), by championing a common lexicon and disseminating generally accepted project management knowledge and practices.In 2003, PMI once again made a significant contribution to the profession by publishing the Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3ä), thereby championing a whole new body of knowledge regarding organizational project management.Organizational project management refers to the ability of an organization to accomplish individual projects, as well as an overall organizational orientation toward selecting and managing projects individually and collectively in such a way as to support the organization's strategic goals.Just as individuals benefit from achieving personal maturity, so, too, can organizations.PMI's OPM3 provides a foundation of knowledge about o
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