Project Management Institute (PMI) is the largest not-for-profit membership association for the project management profession. PMI Academic Resources works to advance the profession through research and education programs, informing the practice of project management and the real-world application of research results. The group is devoted to building and advancing the future of the project management profession through knowledge creation, dissemination and education of the next generation of project managers and project management scholars.
Project management is the strategic competency that enables organizations to implement strategies and deliver expected benefit, and PMI has invested more than US$18 million in project management research since its inception, which supports the work of academics through a dedicated research program.
View PMI academic and teaching resources at PMITeach.org.
- Funding for new academic and thesis research in project, program and portfolio management
- Project management curriculum and teaching resources
- Research-informed Standards, utilizing new research in project management to support and inform the development of PMI Standards
- Venues to showcase, present and discuss new and cutting-edge research
- Opportunities to exchange ideas and network with scholars and advanced practitioners
- Access to publications including articles, books and papers on basic and applied research findings
- Academic research awards recognize individuals, or groups of individuals, whose work has significantly advanced the concepts, knowledge, and practices of project, program, and portfolio management, through the adoption or adaptation of research into practice and published books that advance knowledge in the field.