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2 days ago

Corporate Relations Manager – new

Project Management Institute Seattle, WA +2 locations

of Position PMI is seeking a seasoned corporate relations manager to identify and engage with targeted organizational customers and other… CareerBuilder

2 days ago

Application Processing Associate – new

Project Management Institute Newtown Square, PA

of Position Ensure that all types of new and renewing global applications for credentials, memberships, and R.E.P. certification, as well as related… CareerBuilder

20 days ago

Administrative Assistant, Organization Markets

Project Management Institute Newtown Square, PA

Seeking an experienced, professional to ensure effective administrative support for the Vice President, Organization Markets which includes but is… CareerBuilder

17 days ago

Associate Director, Project Management Office

Project Management Institute, Inc. Bethesda, MD +3 locations

Develop tools and templates to guide Project Managers, enhance project work efficiency, and streamline critical processes and activities. Work with… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Customer Care Associate-Bilingual

Project Management Institute Newtown Square, PA

of Position The successful candidate will provide superior customer service to members, volunteers, and customers for a growing global organization… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Lead Customer Care Associate

Project Management Institute Newtown Square, PA

• Be able to participate on process improvement teams or quality assurance and user testing validate efforts. • Be able to conduct side by side… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Lead Program Administration Associate

Project Management Institute Newtown Square, PA

of Position: PMI is seeking a professional to ensure program administration requests and related inquiries, such as Continuing Certification… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Manager, Membership

Project Management Institute Newtown Square, PA

include driving and leading new membership growth, satisfaction and retention, ensuring strategic focus and alignment with PMI’s organization… CareerBuilder

17 days ago

Project Manager - Benefit System Implementation

Project Management Institute, Inc. Washington, DC

The Funds are in the process of implementing a new benefits administration system that is being developed by an external system vendor. The Project… Ivy Exec

17 days ago

Program Manager

Project Management Institute, Inc. Washington, DC +5 locations

The Program Manager will assist with managing all aspects of state testing projects. They must be able to work collaboratively in a fast paced… Ivy Exec

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24 Ratings
  • Good people and perks, not a great IT environment

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    I have been working at Project Management Institute (More than 5 years)


    Flexible schedule, job security, solid pay and benefits, enjoyable coworkers and a generally nice work environment. The job security means that it can be a good place if you're learning new skills. Your colleagues will generally be supportive and helpful.


    It's not a very big place and people tend to stay, which is not a bad thing, but it does mean that there is little room to move up in IT. Few people change positions or advance. Overall, PMI is hampered by poor project management, scheduling, and communication between groups. Decisions are made by a small number of people who often seem to be ill-informed about the projects they control. For a fairly small place, the decision making process is often quite opaque. From an IT perspective, management has consistently demonstrated little interest in paying for a functional software development environment, so fundamental problems linger for years. There is a strong institutional predisposition to buy solutions rather than build, so much of development involves integrating vendor solutions that were never designed to work together.

    Advice to Management

    Listen to the rank and file more - you have some very good people. Stop introducing new layers of hierarchy that hamper communication. Improve project management basics - be able to easily, reliably tell how projects did vs original budget and schedule. Have meaningful success criteria for projects, besides simply being able to say on paper that a project completed by a particular date. For instance, measuring actual vs expected users, as well as a project's impact on application support and customer support.

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