Project Management Journal Changes

Change is constant. In our discipline, we recognize that change presents both challenges and opportunities. With this issue, Project Management Journal® (PMJ) announces noteworthy changes that present opportunities to enhance recent progress. First, the Project Management Institute (PMI) has contracted with SAGE Publishing to be a partner in the production and distribution of our journal. Second, the Editorial Board has experienced some transitions, but it is still dedicated to producing high-quality content that reflects the best in project research.
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