AIPM and KPMG Report highlights current trends in project management

The fourth joint report from the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) and KPMG & highlights the need for project management to evolve to meet the needs of today’s challenges.

It uncovers issues facing project management professionals, such as:

  • 71% believe that projects are becoming more complex
  • 58% reported that projects were moderately or significantly disrupted by COVID-19
  • 30% identified difficult conversations and conflict management as their weakest skill

The 2021 AIPM and KPMG Project Management Survey report shows the picture is positive but there is still more to do in this environment of constant change and upheaval. Successful organisations must adapt and implement quickly, demanding more of Project Managers than ever before.

Here are the five ways project professionals can ensure project success in 2022.

1. Effectively utilise the PMO construct for project and program success

2. Nurture the project professional community

3. Invest in project delivery and collaboration tools

4. Ensure success by being agile

5. Mobilise transformational change

Read the full report here:  2021 AIPM and KPMG Project Management Survey

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