Global census of project management: take part

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Posted by APM on 3rd Dec 2014

Arras PeopleArras People has launched their 2015 Project Management Census, which aims to take the pulse of the current UK and international project management marketplace.

Take part in the census and contribute your views along with over 4,000 other practitioners.

The census data will then be used to create the Project Management Benchmark Report, which becomes available in January 2015. 

Now in its tenth year, the Benchmark Report serves as a declaration of the status of project management in the UK and concentrates on factors affecting project management practitioners earnings, aspirations and professional life.

This year the Census has been extended to include international project management practitioners.

Arras people co-founder Lindsay Scott said: The aim of this years census is to take a deeper look at the people who work in the project management profession. 

The census focuses on individual roles within project management and the report will profile project managers, programme managers, portfolio managers, PMO managers, project support, change managers and business analysts.

Informative, relevant and wide-ranging in area coverage, the resulting Benchmark Report is able to draw on historical data from previous reports to show key trend changes in project management.

Project management practitioners; hirers of project management staff; organisations with a vested interest in the project management marketplace and students are all invited to take part in the census

The final report will be provided free-of-charge in January 2015.

This year Arras People are also offering the chance for participants to win project management related prizes. APM will be offering a free place to the APM Project Management Conference taking place in London on 19th March 2015. Other prizes will be provided by sponsors who include ESI, DSDM, Parallel Project Training and Gower.

To take part in the Project Management Census youll need somewhere between 5 and 15 minutes. Go to PM Census and lend your voice to your community. 

Read last years Project Management Benchmark Report.

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