PMI Pittsburgh Panel Discussion: Project Management in the Non-Profit Sector

PMI empowers project professionals around the globe to excel in project management practices through our growing global community, knowledge sharing, and best-in-class certifications—driving positive change in organizations and communities. Recent results of the PMI Pulse of the Profession survey reveal that the number of project professionals who say social impact is a concern for their organization is even higher than the number of people who rated social impact as a personal priority.

Project management in the non-profit sector involves the application of project management principles and practices to achieve their goals – goals that are not intended to maximize profit but to provide benefit to people and develop new initiatives for the betterment of society. Nonprofit organizations are typically mission-driven and operate with limited resources, which makes effective project management critical to their success.

The PMI Pittsburgh chapter is proud to have members who drive positive change through their work in the non-profit sector. This support includes health care, local government, and children’s education. Join our June 13 chapter meeting and learn about how these project professionals use project management tools and practices in roles, how these roles may differ from other sectors, and the benefits the non-profit organizations have realized.

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Type of category: Regional Events

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Date: June 13th, 2024

Hour: 6:45PM to 8:00PM

# of PDUs: 1.0

Price

Students: Free

Members: Free

Non members and Guests: $5.00

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