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We are moving PM Network® and PMI Today® to bimonthly publications

Dear Readers,

PMI’s 2019 was an amazing year of transformation as we celebrated our 50th anniversary and launched our new brand. In 2020 PMI continues to evolve, bringing a fresh focus to provide you, our membership, with content and tools to help advance your professional goals.

So with this issue, I am excited to share some changes around PMI’s publications. After listening to member feedback, we are moving PM Network® and PMI Today® to bimonthly (every other month) publications that will continue to provide you with compelling content, new trends, thought-provoking topics and inspiration for you and your organization’s continuing innovation and success. From IT to financial services, virtual reality to infrastructure, whether you’re a developing project manager in the United Kingdom or a seasoned veteran in China, PM Network will remain your source for new ideas, fresh perspectives and emerging trends. There is so much to learn from each other!

This decision was based on subscriber input from surveys and feedback, along with a review of recent subscription trends. By moving to this new distribution schedule and improving the digital experience, our goal is to engage, inform and educate through every issue.

You may have noticed that PMI Today took a break during February as we moved to this new format. It will join PM Network on its regular schedule as part of the March/April issue and then move to a bimonthly publication going forward. Along with print, keep in mind that PM Network is also available as an app, available for iOS and Android tablets and handhelds, to provide access to this valuable content in the way you want it, when you want it. We ask that you continue to share your feedback with us so that we can meet, and hopefully exceed, your expectations. Let us know which topics interest you most and what you think of the new formats. Our goal is to provide you with content that is engaging and useful to you in your role as a project manager.

I look forward to hearing from you as we evolve PM Network and PMI Today, building publications that you will turn to again and again. Thank you for your understanding as we work to improve your member experience and make PMI your place for all things project management!

Kristin Hodgson, CAE, CSPO

Director & Portfolio Leader, PMI Standards and Publications
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Posted on: February 18, 2020 12:56 PM

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