„ Our strategy is simple: deliver value, be relevant, grow.
Let’s do great things together.
~ Mark A. Langley PMI President and CEO
In August, the 2017 PMI Board of Directors approved a new strategic plan for PMI.
For nearly 50 years, PMI has played a significant role in the growth of individuals who call the practice of project, program, and portfolio management their profession. In the last half century, project management has grown into a valued organization competency. As technology impacts the work we do and enables customers to be involved in every part of the business value chain, the Institute remains steadfast in its effort to drive value by making project management indispensable for business results.
To prepare for the future, PMI is redefining what it means to be a professional association, while staying true to our roots. PMI’s new strategic direction is driven by shifting workplace priorities, evolving demographics and behaviors, as well as emerging technology and trends in business and society.
PMI has chosen a three-pronged strategy: the Institute will sharpen its strategic focus, build-out capabilities to be customer-centric, and reorganize to become agile. The following strategic objectives are those that will help PMI achieve its long-term vision: