The PMI® Thought Leadership Series delivers original research, information and analysis for results-focused organizations and strategic leaders at all levels. This executive-level research complements PMO Symposium’s diverse keynote addresses and sessions to give you comprehensive experience and knowledge you can take back to your organization for improved success.
The research focuses on key topics that impact the performance of organizations—PMO, talent management, project portfolio management, and for 2016, Benefits Realization Management.
2016 PMI® Thought Leadership Series on Benefits Realization Management
Attendees of PMO Symposium this year will be among the first to receive the 2016 PMI® Thought Leadership Series on benefits realization management and will benefit from hearing the key findings and asking questions relevant to their organizations during an executive panel discussion.
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2015 PMI® Thought Leadership Series: The Power of Project Portfolio Management
Developed in collaboration with the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and Deloitte, the 2015 PMI® Thought Leadership Series advances the conversation around the benefits of managing projects and programs as a portfolio and demonstrates the value of this discipline.
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2014 PMI® Thought Leadership Series on Talent Management
Developed in partnership with PwC, the EIU and Human Systems International (HSI), the 2014 PMI® Thought Leadership Series focuses on how talent management impacts project practitioners, and in turn, the successful implementation rate of strategic initiatives.
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2013 PMI® Thought Leadership Series on PMOs
In partnership with the EIU, BCG and Forrester Consulting, the 2013 PMI® Thought Leadership Series examines the changing role of PMOs as they shift emphasis away from process and towards the more important role of contributing to value delivery.