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10th Nov 2020
The 2020 AIPM/KPMG Project Management Survey focuses on answering this question through seeking the thoughts and considerations of those at the coal face of project delivery.
This year, we looked beyond just the on time, on budget, on scope measures and considered elements of organisational project delivery to develop this performance report on project management in Australia. In doing so, we identified what we are doing well and what the areas of improvement and investment are needed to continue to improve the effectiveness of project delivery.
Overall, the picture is positive, and we have observed areas of improvement over the three years in which this survey has been undertaken.
There is still more to do. This year’s report highlights the need for continued investment in developing capabilities to support technologies and arming the next generation of project managers with skills to not only adapt to delivering increasingly complex projects and business demands, but to develop EQ skills alongside this.
AIPM and KPMG Australian Project Management Survey 2020
For the fifth year running, KPMG Australia and the AIPM have joined forces to deliver arguably the most anticipated, comprehensive and respected annual snapshot of the Australian project management landscape.
Discover how projects fared in 2021 and how we can look forward with renewed purpose by downloading the 2021 AIPM and KPMG Project Management Survey Report.
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