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Decision Making

Decision Making

Capturing the Value of Project Management Through Decision Making

Poor decisions have negative consequences to both outcomes and the bottom line. However, when organizations approach decision making with discipline, 79 percent more projects meet original goals and intent, 110 percent more are completed within budget, and 128 percent more are completed on schedule.

Knowledge Transfer

Knowledge Transfer

Capturing the Value of Project Management Through Knowledge Transfer

When organizations value knowledge transfer and implement good practices to support it, they improve project outcomes substantially — by nearly 35 percent. Although specific practices vary among organizations, the most effective organizations report adhering to a five-step method for identifying, capturing, sharing, applying and assessing knowledge.

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Requirements Management

Requirements Management

A Core Competency for Project and Program Success

Organizations waste US$51 million for every US$1 billion spent on projects and programs due to poor requirements management.

By changing their culture to one that values effective requirements management — and has the people and processes to support it — organizations can slow the trend towards failed projects and lost revenue.

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  • Organizational Agility

    Capturing the Value of Project Management Through Organizational Agility

     When organizations create a culture of agility enabling projects and programs— their most strategic initiatives — to be completed ever-faster and more efficiently, they are better positioned to thrive in uncertain economic conditions. Organizations can accomplish this by establishing a framework around strategy, culture, leadership, people, and process.

  • Executive Sponsor Engagement

    Top Driver of Project and Program Success

     Effective executive sponsorship is critical to the success of an organization’s strategic initiatives, and active engagement by executive sponsors is the top driver of project and program success. Yet sponsors are assigned to fewer than two-thirds of projects. This situation results in significant losses for organizations, but there are some simple solutions.

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  • Change Management

    Enabling Organizational Change Through Strategic Initiatives

     Successful implementation of strategic initiatives is critical for organizations to enable sustainable change. Those that are highly effective at change management demonstrate three practices that improve performance and give them a competitive advantage.

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    Change Management Resources

  • PMOs

    The Impact of PMOs on Strategy Implementation

     By supporting the implementation of strategic programs, PMOs can play a crucial role in delivering organizational value. To do so, PMOs must themselves become more strategic and focus on value delivery.

  • PMO Frameworks

     Benchmark your PMO against the most common types including areas of responsibility and focus.

    PMI Thought Leadership Series on PMOs 
    PMO Resources

  • Communications

    The Essential Role of Communications

     According to 55 percent of project managers, effective communication to all stakeholders is the most critical success factor in project management. Get the hard numbers behind this soft skill.

  • Complexity

    Navigating Complexity

     As organizations act within a challenging and changing environment, their strategies — and the projects to implement them — are becoming more complex. Budgets on average are larger and so are the funds at risk. Uncover the three strategic competencies that high-performing organizations exhibit.

    Complexity Resources

  • Portfolio Management

     Portfolio management improves efficiency, increases ROI and decreases risk. Here’s a look at how organizations can improve their own portfolio practices through three broad best practices.

    Portfolio Management Resources

  • Talent Management

    The Competitive Advantage of Effective Talent Management

     High-performing organizations are more successful because they emphasize strategy, improve efficiency and — perhaps most tellingly — cultivate talent resources that embrace these practices to deliver successful programs and projects.

    PMI Thought Leadership Series on Talent Management 
    Talent Resources

  • Talent Gap: Project Management through 2020

     Through 2020, 1.57 million new project management jobs will be created every year around the world. Professionals and job-seekers with project management skills are in a prime position to benefit.


    PMI Thought Leadership Series on Talent Management 
    Talent Resources





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