PwC Global Project Management Survey

Organizational Success through Program and Project Management


Over the years, PwC has invited senior executives and practitioners to participate in the PwC Global Project Management survey, Organizational Success through Program and Project Management. We invite you to read the 2012 final report.

The survey closed on Tuesday, January 31, 2012. Contact us to receive the Survey findings when they are released. We anticipate the final report being completed in May 2012.

Background: PwC is often exposed to various project management frameworks within different organizations. When we began this survey in 2004, PwC sought out to find the leading practices of successful companies, followed by the 2007 survey that validated three points:
  1. There is a link between higher maturity levels and high project performance
  2. Senior management that supports PM-driven key initiatives achieve stronger business results
  3. Effective project management is vital to many organizations.
Now, with increased scrutiny over budgets and “doing more with less”, efficiency and effectiveness are key factors of successful organizations.

Results: The data from the 2011-2012 survey will help identify any correlation between project management and organizational success. The resulting report will give project management practitioners a thorough view of trends in 15 different areas, including successful practices, tools, certifications and training.

Insights and Trends: Current Programme and Project Management Practices
The second global survey on the current state of project management maturity in organisations across the world
 
Boosting Business Performance through Programme and Project Management
A first global survey on the current state of project management maturity in organisations across the world