Creating New Knowledge

PMI Academic Resources works to advance the profession through research and education programs informing the practice of project management.

Engaging scholars, practitioners, and project management professionals through the creation and dissemination of knowledge, PMI Academic Resources provides funding for new research, opportunities for publication, and presentation of research findings at educational events around the globe.

Creating New Knowledge

Support for Research

Research Events

Research Events

Encouraging interdisciplinary collaboration among scholars and practitioners, and disseminating new knowledge in project management at research conferences and educational workshops throughout the year.

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Funding for New Research

Funding for New Research

Supporting new academic research with the intent to create and advance knowledge in project, program, and portfolio management through annual grant awards. The Sponsored Research Program funds both theoretical and translational research projects.

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Awards & Competitions

Awards & Competitions

Recognizing work that has significantly advanced the concepts, knowledge, and practices of project management through academic research.

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Research Surveys

Research Surveys

Take an active role in improving the profession by participating in an academic research survey. Your survey responses enable researchers to pioneer better processes, methods, and tools to aid the profession.

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Research-Informed Standards

Research-Informed Standards

A collaborative initiative between the Academic and Standards Advisory Groups, Research-Informed Standards incorporate research into the standards development and revision process, thereby expanding the consensus approach, and supporting informed decision-making.

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Project Management Journal

Project Management Journal

Addressing the broad interests of the project management profession, the Project Management Journal is a peer-refereed academic research publication, maintaining an editorial balance of content on theoretical and empirical research.

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Other Academic Resources

Other Academic Resources

Translating new academic research findings for the reflective practitioner through summaries of new research and research webinars for practitioners.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Seeking scholars, faculty, and reflective practitioners to contribute to advancement of the field of project management. Find out how you can participate in the programs and activities of Academic Resources as a reviewer, speaker, or subject matter expert.

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