The State of Project Management Annual Survey 2022 is now open and will be running until 24th December 2022.
Our UK project management industry is highly developed and deserves special attention. We invite all professionals from across the project management and PMO industry to participate. Your voice is important. The report represents a significant piece of research each year and provides valuable, free to access, data for everyone in our industry. It provides a clear snapshot as to where we are with project management across all industries and enables you to benchmark your organisation with a rich data set.
Although a number of non-salary focused project management surveys are published each year they tend to be either very US-centric or global in perspective. You can take a look at the 2021 survey here.
We also know you are busy people so as an additional incentive, we have some fantastic prizes to give away, these include:
- 3 x FuturePMO 2022 conference tickets
- 2 x APM Accredited training course places (excluding PMO Leader)
- £250 luxury hamper
The prize draw will take place in January.
The State of Project Management Report provides an in-depth insight into project management both in the UK and internationally. This survey asks questions across a number of important topics including; project management maturity, tools & techniques, project success rates and of course PMO maturity. The State of Project Management Report asks questions across a number of important topics including; project management maturity, tools & techniques, project success rates and PMO maturity. We invite colleagues from across the industry to participate, and they do, in their hundreds.
It should take no more than 10 minutes to complete so please do participate and good luck in the free prize draw!
We share your ANONYMISED survey data with University College London (UCL) to further PhD and Master Degree level research in project management. It is important to stress that your name, organisation and contact details WILL NOT be shared with UCL but the anonymised data will be invaluable for this industry-leading research.