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Community Transformation Update!

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As previously announced, PMI will be introducing a new community experience – planned for release in 2021! Over the last few months, we have worked to identify the best solution for our community members based upon user inputs and PMI’s overall transformation.

Along with moving to a different platform, the new community experience will be fully integrated with PMI.org, allowing you to manage and update your profile in a single location. In response to community member feedback, you will no longer have a separate ProjectManagement.com and PMI.org login and profile.

In preparation for these changes, we are requesting that users with a ProjectManagement.com login only either 1) link their ProjectManagement.com account to an existing PMI.org account or 2) create a PMI.org account. Affected users will see a notification in the menu upon logging into ProjectManagement.com that directs you to take action. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation during this time of change! Please note that if your ProjectManagement.com account is already linked to your PMI.org account, then you do not need to do anything at this time. This change does not affect users already logging in with a PMI.org account.

We are excited for what the future holds for PMI’s online community and look forward to hearing your feedback, as the new community experience evolves. Stay tuned to the Critical Path for the latest updates!

Posted by Marjorie Anderson on: August 19, 2020 12:00 PM | Permalink

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Rami Kaibni
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Senior Projects Manager | Field & Marten Associates New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada
Thanks for the updates Marjorie. Very excited for this transformation and can’t wait see how it will look like. Cheers !

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Drew Craig Coach, Practitioner, Consultant, Humanist| North Highland Philadelphia, Pa, USA
Exciting. Looking forward to the big unveiling.

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Eduin Fernando Valdes Alvarado Project Manager| F y F Fabricamos Futuro Villavicencio, Meta, Colombia
Very interesting, thanks for sharing

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Abolfazl Yousefi Darestani Manager, Quality and Continuous Improvement| Hörmann-TNR Industrial Doors Newmarket, Ontario, Canada
Interesting. Thank you

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