Project Management Institute

The bigger picture

Project management is susceptible to the same challenges that are affecting other professions and industries. This article--the fourth annual PM Network Trend Report--examines the five trends that are changing the nature of doing business in the aftermath of the recent global economic downturn. In doing so, it explains how these trends are changing the way organizations perceive project investments and the way project managers must think. It defines each trend and discusses real-world examples of how the trend is affecting the process of managing projects. It also outlines suggestions that can help project managers leverage each trend to their advantage.
registered user content locked

Log in or join PMI to gain access

or Register

Advertisement

Advertisement

Related Content

  • PMI Pulse of the Profession 2020

    Pulse of the Profession 2020

    Are you future ready? Our Pulse of the Profession® research shows that organizations that prioritize maturing their delivery capabilities enjoy more successful outcomes.

  • New Data Reinforces Role of Project Leadership in Future of Work

    New Data Reinforces Role of Project Leadership in Future of Work

  • Pulse of the Profession

    Ahead of the Curve

    By PMI Call it disruption—or just the new normal. At a time of extraordinary change driven by new technologies, executive leaders from across business, government and nonprofit organizations know that…

  • PM Network

    Trading Transformed? member content locked

    Blockchain—the technology that made cryptocurrency mainstream—is now entering the U.S. stock market. In November, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission approved a pilot project to use…

  • PM Network

    Stream On member content locked

    By Parsi, Novid As video game publishers and tech companies hustle to complete streaming projects, the pressure is on to nail minimum viable product features—or risk losing serious ground to competitors.…

Advertisement

Publishing or acceptance of an advertisement is neither a guarantee nor endorsement of the advertiser's product or service. View advertising policy.