If you have a PMI certification, we've made it even easier to display your accomplishment!
PMI has partnered with Acclaim to provide you with a digital badge that proudly displays your professional qualifications and achievements. Plus, your badge comes with valuable job market information so that you can keep your career moving forward.
Your badge is a digital version of your certification, skills and qualifications. It allows you to easily show your colleagues, friends or potential employers:
You can share your badge on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, in an email signature or embed it in a website. And, you can share your accomplishment with anyone, anywhere—it’s up to you!
Don't want to share your badge? No problem! You can claim your badge without sharing it and still have the ability to access it whenever you need to quickly verify your certification status.
But how do you actually claim your badge? You will receive an email from Acclaim notifying you that PMI has issued you a badge. Click the Accept button below your badge image. This will take you to the Acclaim page, where you will create an account to claim your badge. Once you've confirmed your e-mail address, then you can sign into Acclaim to claim your badge and share your achievement!
For more information regarding PMI Certification Digital Badges and claiming your badge, visit https://www.pmi.org/certifications/digital-badges.
From Tommy Goodwin, Government Relations Manager, PMI
Great news! On 14 December, President Barack Obama signed the Program Management Improvement and Accountability Act (PMIAA) into law!
As the global advocate for project managers and the project management profession, PMI supported this first-of-its-kind law in the United States to improve workforce development opportunities for project and program managers and improve the success rates and efficiencies of federal government projects and programs.
“PMIAA is an important step to improving the [U.S.] government’s ability to effectively manage its portfolio of projects and programs and will help ensure program managers are able to serve as stewards of taxpayer dollars,” said PMI President and Chief Executive Officer Mark A. Langley.
PMI led the charge on Capitol Hill to demonstrate that organizations that invest in project and program management talent and standards improve outcomes, accountability and efficiency. With PMI’s Pulse of the Profession® research showing that government entities globally waste $101 million for every $1 billion spent on project and programs, lawmakers from both political parties were eager to support legislation that would help improve project and program outcomes and increase the value that Americans receive for their tax dollars.
PMI is grateful for the support of the bipartisan, bicameral authors of the PMIAA legislation—Sen. Joni Ernst from Iowa, Sen. Heidi Heitkamp from North Dakota, Rep. Todd Young from Indiana, and Rep. Gerry Connolly from Virginia—as well as the following co-sponsors:
Now that the bill has been signed into law, the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has one year to implement the new law… and PMI will be working with OMB and the federal agencies to ensure the U.S. government realizes the benefits of this landmark legislation.
The U.S. Senate today voted to approve S.1550, the Program Management Improvement and Accountability Act. This landmark legislation, created with the purpose of improving program and project management policy across the U.S. government, now moves to the desk of U.S. President Barack Obama for final approval.
You can read the official announcement from PMI by clicking here.
PMI recently honored 11 finalists and three winners during the Chapter Awards Ceremony in September at the PMI® Leadership Institute Meeting 2016─North America in San Diego, California, USA. These chapters were recognized for their volunteer efforts, for motivating chapter leaders, and for their contributions toward achieving PMI’s goals.
Here are the finalists and winning chapters in each category!
Category I (25-300 members)
The four finalists in this category were as follows:
PMI congratulates all of these finalists and the winning chapter, PMI Southern Italy Chapter. You can view a video featuring all four of the finalists in Category I below.
Category II (301-1,500 members)
The four finalists in this category were as follows:
PMI congratulates all of these finalists and the winning chapter, PMI Buffalo, NY Chapter. You can view the video featuring all four of the finalists in Category II below:
Category III (1,501+ members)
The three finalists in this category were as follows:
PMI congratulates all of the finalists and the winning chapter, PMI Montreal Chapter. You can view the video featuring all three of the finalists in Category III below:
For more information about PMI chapters or to see how you can get involved with your local chapter, please click here. If you are already a chapter member and would like more information about the PMI Chapter Awards Program, please contact Chapter Support at ChapterSupport@pmi.org.
Can you believe it's already February? Before you know it, flowers will be blooming in North America and some of us will be on our way to Barcelona for the PMI® Global Congress 2016 - EMEA!
One of the areas of focus for this year is Managing Complexity. The Managing Complexity track demonstrates the management of complexity in projects and programs, including methodologies, technology enablers and the effect on the value chain.
Hope to see you in Barcelona!