While technical skills are core to project and program management, PMI research tells us they’re not enough in today’s increasingly complex and competitive global marketplace.
Companies are seeking added skills in leadership and business intelligence — competencies that can support longer-range strategic objectives that contribute to the bottom line.
The ideal skill set — the PMI Talent Triangle® — is a combination of technical, leadership, and strategic and business management expertise — and more recently, digital skills, emphasizing how digital transformation is impacting every aspect of our work.
What this means to project and program talent — what this means to you — is a focus on developing the additional skills you need to meet the evolving demands on your profession. But in doing so, it also means new opportunities to elevate your value as a strategic partner in business success.
In our professional reality of technological disruption, organizations need project leaders with an ability to learn and keep pace with technology.
The PMI Talent Triangle depicts the employer-identified skills which PMI certification holders need to remain relevant in a continually changing business environment.
The Talent Triangle comprises:
Technical Project Management
The knowledge, skills and behaviours related to specific domains of Project, Program and Portfolio Management. Examples are:
Knowledge, skills and behaviours specific to leadership-oriented skills that help an organization achieve its business goals. Examples are:
Strategic and Business Management.
Knowledge of, and expertise in, the industry or organization that enhances performance and better delivers business outcomes. Examples are:
Staying current on these topics can be done by earning earning PDUs in the following ways:
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