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In order to better serve members and the community, PMI has made the decision to cease printing the magazine version of PM Network® at the end of the year. While this only affects a small number of PMI members, it still marks the end of an era that began in 1987. At that time, there was no internet, no social media, email newsletters or mobile apps. More than three decades later digital channels have become the primary way to communicate with each other. Such technology has allowed teams at PMI to provide content on a more regular basis, without sacrificing quality, and without having to abide by long print production schedules that slow the flow of information. PMI has also made the decision to cease translating the entire issue into Spanish and Portuguese but will choose articles to translate into selected languages.
While the print magazine may be going away next year, new stories will continue to be published online, including the next Jobs Report,coming in early 2022.
Visit PM Network to keep accessing fresh content. And please download the PMN mobile app on Apple and Android to immerse yourself in The Project Economy.
Very disappointing to see the disappearance of this timeless publication as it doesnt represent the best interest of the members. Really dont think the Directors decision had much logic behind it - Hopefully they reverse the decision soon. Also very disappointing to see PMIs continued decline and loss of direction since Sunil took over, company direction and outlook was much stronger and resilient under Mark Langley.
Seems like a serious negative step to me. The pdf version was one of the main benefits of membership and formed part of my ongoing education. I used to like to download the magazine and read it offline. Now I have no way to access articles offline, and have no idea when new content is published. (This could be easily solved by grouping articles by month rather than by subject)
All in all this is making me consider if I still wish to be a member or not.