PMI Enabling Organizational Change Through Strategic Initiatives

Promote initiatives that create organizational change means invariably spend time and money. But change is inevitable, therefore PMI ensure its management through programs and projects that effectively contribute to improve the adaptation of organizations. Through the “Enabling PMI Organizational Change Through Strategic Initiatives” document, PMI provides insights from a recent study that helps organizations identify key points where implement the changes and simultaneously develop skills to support those changes. See…

PMI Effective Talent Management

The document “PMI’s Pulse of the Profession, In-Depth Report: Effective Talent Management” explores the link between the strategy of talent management, aligned with the performance of project management, and the success of organizations. The study was conducted in January 2013 among 277 participants of the project management areas and concluded that high-performance organizations are more than twice as likely to have talent management programs aligned with organizational strategy than low…

PMI Executive Sponsor Engagement

The research carried out by PMI, for the second consecutive year, shows that the existence of executive sponsors who actively participate in organizations is very important to the success of the projects. However, and according to the same research, projects and programs with executive sponsors are less than two-thirds, concluding that most organizations do not recognize its importance. This leads to a significant loss to organizations and therefore the PMI,…

PMI Capturing the Value of Project Management through Knowledge Transfer

Equally or more important than knowledge itself is its share. Professionals in project management area share competence, skills and techniques that translate the success of the projects they are involved, becoming differentiating factors between organizations. In this document, PMI addresses the issue of sharing the knowledge, highlighting the value of critical knowledge that often varies from organization to organization, and the “know-how” that involves a more practical knowledge. See the…

PMI Capturing the Value of Project Management

According to this document developed by PMI – Project Management Institute, organizations with project management, in their different areas of expertise, implemented in their structure reach their goals twice and half times more often than the others, wasting 13 times less money. Therefore, it is necessary to implement project management in organizations DNA and, through this document, the PMI shows ways and solutions with one goal: provide more competitive organizations…