Pulse of the Profession
What's Your PMTQ?
2019 Pulse of the Profession Overview
What’s your PMTQ? Our Pulse of the Profession® research shows that organizations that combine technical skills with project management approaches drive more successful outcomes.
Focus: Artificial Intelligence
Focus: Disruptive Technologies
Organizations all over the world are being impacted by disruptive technologies—including cloud solutions, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT)—that are displacing established technologies. Those that want to understand and manage the impact of these technologies can look to proven project management practices to survive and thrive during these times of change. Our In-Depth reports look at Disruptive Technologies and their impact on organizational success.
In-Depth Topic Reports
This report looks at the impact of disruptive technologies and how organizations are using project management practices to survive and thrive during times of change.
The Project Manager of the Future: Developing digital-age project management skills to thrive in disruptive times
Disruptive technologies can help project managers perform better and on a more strategic level. Building a truly digital skillset today requires a combination of skills.
Focus: Achieving Greater Agility
The Achieving Greater Agility In-Depth reports look at agile transformation—and the specific people and process drivers that help organizations encourage and adapt to change. We found that agility happens when organizations acknowledge the need for constant change―and resolve to actively enable it.
In-depth Topic Reports
For a clearer picture of how agile transformation can drive positive change across an organization, PMI commissioned research by Forrester Consulting. Our resulting Pulse of the…
In this companion piece to our Pulse of the Profession® in-depth report Achieving Greater Agility, we explore how a high level of agility is possible only when the right talent and…
Focus: Benefits Realization Management
Our Pulse of the Profession® data reveals a staggering 83 percent of organizations lack maturity with benefits realization. When benefits realization management is part of a disciplined approach to project management, performance increases. Our in-depth report series focuses on benefits realization: how to gain, deliver and sustain the value that projects deliver.
In-depth Topic Reports
Project managers have a role in ensuring that an organization’s expected benefits are delivered once a project is complete. It’s especially important to activate that role during project execution,…