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PMI- Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow
2014 Initiatives
Ron MacDonald, CAE
Chapter Partner – Regions 2 and 3
OUR FOUNDERS
• E. A. “Ned Engman
• James Snyder, PMI Fellow
• Dr. J. Gordon Davis, PMI Fellow
• Eric Jenett, PMI Fellow
• Susan Gallagher
Milestones in our History
•
1969-
PMI Incorporated
•
1969-
First Seminars and Symposium Event @
Georgia Institute of Technology
- 26 People joined the new Project
Management Institute
•
1974-
First Chapter Formed- Houston, Texas
•
1982-
First Executive Director of PMI hired
•
1984-
First PMP certification exam offered
- 43 People passed the exam our first PMPs
•
1990-
PMI Educational Foundation Incorporated
•
1996-
PMBOK Guide
•
Other Certifications and Standards have followed
Strategic Planning
•
The PMI Board of Directors initiated a Strategic Planning Activity in
early 2001 designed to provide long term strategic direction through
the first half of the 21st Century
•
This document, which was last modified in the fall of 2012, provides
a roadmap for all PMI initiatives and activities
•
The plan identifies PMI’s
- Core Purpose
- Core Values
- Envisioned Goal
PMI Core Purpose and Values
To advance the practice, science and profession of project
management throughout the world in a conscious and
proactive manner
PMI Core Values
• Project Management
Impact
• Professionalism
• Community
• Engagement
• Volunteerism
6
1997
31,333 Total Members. 6,119 Certification Holders
Representing 96 Countries
95% Membership
93% PMPs
4% Membership
3% PMPs
0.75% Membership
0.5% PMPs
0.25% Membership
3.5% PMPs
February 2014
446,959 Total Members. 640,476 Certification Holders
in Nearly Every Country in the World
60.8% Membership
48.9% PMPs
15.1% Membership
13.2% PMPs
7.2% Membership
5.0% PMPs
16.9% Membership
32.9% PMPs
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Practitioners
Organizations
Academic Markets
Practitioners
Knowledge and
Networking through
Your Local Chapters
280 Chapters
worldwide!
Knowledge and
Networking through
Virtual Communities
Engaging with
your peers around
the globe
Knowledge and
Networking Globally
How it all comes
together
Organizations
Focus on Thought Leadership
REPORT
CREATE
DISTRIBUTE
(Market Research)
(Communications)
(PR/Social Media)
Academic Markets
Academic & Educational Programs
• Research Grants
• PMJ
• Research Conf.
• Standards
• ROWS
• GAC Program
• Quality Standards
• Forums
• Curriculum
• Workshops
Academic
Resources
Research
Teaching
Accreditation
Outreach
Academic
Programs
• Faculty, Students
• Institutions,
Chapters
• Loyal Relationships
PMI Education Foundation – Strategic Focus
•
Strategic and global
•
Research
•
New curricula and materials
•
Teacher training
•
Multiple translations
•
Strategic partnerships with
Departments of Education
•
2014 Strategic Focus:
Expanding PM for youth,
ages 13 to 19 years old
2014
Initiatives
Preferred Partner
Innovator
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2014: PMI’s Differentiation
Product Leader
Thought Leader
Global Advocate
Indispensable Partner
2014: PMI’s Differentiation
Product Leader
2014 Product Leader: Knowledge Portal
It’s all about knowledge and networking
2014 Product Leader: Enhanced Requirements
Management Offerings
• Credential
• Knowledge Center of
Excellence
Standardization & Maturity
in practices improves project
success while reducing
project cost
Project Success by Maturity Level
• Standards
• Professional
Development
• Global Congress
• Thought Leadership
• Career Framework
• Maturity
Source: IAG Consulting
“Business Analysis Benchmark”
www.ProjectManagement.com/Practices/
Requirements-Management
2014 Product Leadership: Professional
Recognition – CCR Redesign
• Development in
meaningful ways
• Simplify the categories
and the process
• Build value around the
credential
© PMI 2012
Thought Leader
2014 Thought Leadership: Be the Authority HSI Benchmarking
2014 Thought Leadership: Be the Authority Pulse of the Profession
2014 In-Depth Topic:
Change Management
2014 Thought Leadership: Be the Authority Events and Research Conferences
Global Advocate
2014 Advocacy: Government Relations
2014 Advocacy: Corporate Relations
Global Executive
Council Leaders
Indispensable Partner
2014 Indispensable Partner:
Academic Programs collaboration with Chapters
• PMI will develop tools & resources
for chapters to reach out to local
colleges and universities
• PMI will reach out to chapters
globally to assess current status of
chapter Academic outreach
activities and to identify areas of
collaboration
• Program will be launched in Q3
2014
Indispensable Partner: Our Volunteers
Don’t ever question the value of
volunteers. Noah’s Ark was built
by volunteers; the Titanic was
built by professionals.
- Dave Gynn, Coleman Professional Services, Ohio

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