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PMI's Latest Pulse of The Profession Reveals Gymnastic Powers

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PMI’S 2021 PULSE OF THE PROFESSION®

Organizations that adapt to new expectations in a post-pandemic world are gaining a competitive advantage in The Project Economy, according to PMI’s latest Pulse of the Profession®.

THE GYMNASTIC ENTERPRISE

New ways of working have spurred the rise of the gymnastic enterprise—organizations that combine structure, form and governance with the ability to flex and pivot—on demand.

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COMPETITIVE EDGE

Gymnastic enterprises are more likely to have undergone recent business changes in critical areas.

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SPECIAL DELIVERY

Instead of favoring one approach, gymnastic enterprises selected the very best ways of working depending on the situation.

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MISSION CRITICAL

These culture-building behaviors are a high priority for gymnastic enterprises:

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Source: Pulse of the Profession, PMI, 2021 (Results based on a global survey of 3,950 project professionals in 2020)

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