For the fifth year running, KPMG Australia and the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) have joined forces to deliver arguably the most anticipated, comprehensive and respected annual snapshot of the Australian project management landscape.

This year’s report highlights the key findings from a survey of over 300 diverse Australian project professionals in July and August of 2022. In addition to maintaining consistency with previous years’ questions to identify any longitudinal trends, the survey included questions on salary for the first time this year as well as taking a pulse on current trends in the market.

The project leadership community is dealing with greater complexity and uncertainty, requiring increased responsiveness and resilience. A key challenge for the profession is honing skills to stay ahead of the curve. The core purpose of the project management profession is to deliver successful projects. Let’s see how project performance tracked in 2022.

This report includes:

  • Succession planning and salaries
  • How project performance tracked in 2022
  • Economic challenges such as labour shortages and supply chain disruption
  • Digital transformation
  • Success in complexity
  • The rise of environmental, social and governance (ESG) strategies