New Research Report from Pinnacle Strategies Reveals the State of Project Management Practice and Effectiveness

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Pinnacle Strategies’ new report sheds light on the core issues affecting successful project delivery and the areas where practitioners and managers should be applying their efforts.

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Pinnacle Strategies, a leading international management consulting firm, recently released a research report which benchmarks current project management practices and results. It identifies today’s most common practices, concerns of executives and project managers, and processes they are working to improve. The goal of the report is to shed light on the core issues affecting successful project delivery and the areas where practitioners and managers should be applying their efforts.

The report was compiled by analyzing a broad array of recent scholarly and industry research. The research includes surveys from over 4,000 professionals in over 40 industries and countries, as well as interviews with C-level executives in 22 countries.

The report reveals:
-What project management practices are most commonly applied
-What practices are producing the best results
-What practices are producing the worst results
-Whether managers understand the root causes of good performance
-What can be done to improve current practices

Download the full report: http://info.pinnacle-strategies.com/training-and-pmos-will-not-save-our-projects-the-state-of-project-management-practice-and-effectiveness-research-report

About Pinnacle Strategies

Pinnacle Strategies designs and delivers innovative strategies to help organizations execute well. We work with organizations to change execution results in projects, supply chains and business processes by improving collaboration, streamlining workflows and improving management focus to lower costs, increase throughput and release hidden capacity.

For more information, contact Pinnacle Strategies at info@pinnacle-strategies.com or +1 (972) 492-7951.

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