The 2019 KPMG, Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) and International Project Management Association (IPMA) survey findings provide perspectives on current trends and practices in project and program management globally, as well as insights into the challenges the project management community faces as we look to the future.
The demands of connected and digital organisations operating in disrupted and rapidly changing landscapes, dominated by challenges of speed of integration, are applying new levels of challenge to project and program management across the world.
The 2019 KPMG, Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) and International Project Management Association (IPMA) research survey reveals that the future of Project Management lies in how the profession responds to these challenges.
The survey results reflect the views of project practitioners from around the world who are at the coalface of delivery and provides insights into what is working, and what is not, in the project management market globally today.
Organisations globally continue to find it difficult to deliver projects that meet all objectives around the iron triangle of time, cost and scope, along with achieving stakeholder satisfaction.
Our survey results point to challenges in applying consistent governance oversight, focus on managing benefits and managing change through the project lifecycle.
In an environment of constant change and upheaval, successful organisations must be able to adapt and implement quickly, demanding more of Project Managers than ever before. To improve the percentage of projects and programs delivering to full success, survey findings suggest there are some key areas to address: