Identifying New Ways of Working


Pulse of the Profession 2020

Thumbnail image of Pulse In-Depth Report #4 Why Social Impact Matters

In-Depth Report: Why Social Impact Matters

As the world navigates its way through pandemic-driven uncertainty, the need for initiatives that deliver positive social impact is more urgent than ever. And leaders in The Project Economy appear ready for action: According to new PMI research, 8 in 10 project professionals list social impact as a personal concern, and 87 percent say social impact is a concern for their organization. By examining the social impact of projects from the start, companies gain a competitive edge, generating benefits across the enterprise—and the world at large.

View The Report

Pulse of the Profession 2020 — Ahead of the Curve: Forging a Future-Focused Culture

Are You Future Ready?

Be prepared for the future... Our Pulse of the Profession® research shows that organizations that prioritize maturing their delivery capabilities enjoy more successful outcomes. Senior leaders must be sure to take a strategic approach to incorporating newer approaches as well as progress in the development of a culture that values project management by supporting their talent as they build skill sets and credentials to meet the project demands of tomorrow.


PMI 2020 Signposts Report

PMI 2020 Signposts Report

6 Global Business Trends Driving The Project Economy and What They Mean for Project Leaders

Project leaders can’t truly deliver value if they’re operating in a vacuum. In the PMI 2020 Signposts Report, we assess six of the most pressing business trends around the globe—climate change, AI, globalization, the infrastructure gap, cybersecurity, shifting demographics—and explore how they are influencing the work of project leaders.


Read Report on PMI.org

Rising Salaries in The Project Economy 

Earning Power: PMI Salary Survey, 11th Edition

In today’s fast-changing business landscape, organizations are increasingly recognizing the value of project professionals to deliver results while getting the job done. That demand is now driving a rise in compensation, according to Earning Power: Project Management Salary Survey, 11th Edition. Read the new report for a comprehensive look at salary information around the globe—and the key factors influencing the earning power of project talent.


In Demand

Organizations are realizing they need project talent—and they’re willing to pay for it. No matter their place on the org chart or the sector or location they’re working in, most project professionals are earning more. Nearly three-quarters of respondents in PMI’s Project Management Salary Survey, 11th Edition, reported their total compensation had increased over the last year.