PwC survey – how do organisations manage and deliver change?

 

PwC has launched its 2014 Global Portfolio and Programme Management (PPM) survey into how organisations manage and deliver change and ask all professionals, colleagues, clients and their extended network to participate.

Organisations around the world continue to use insight from PwC’s 2012 Global PPM Survey as a catalyst for change.

Although the last survey reached 1,500 participants across 38 countries and 34 different industries, PwC are keen to make this year’s survey even more successful.

As an added incentive, along with receiving an electronic version of the report due out in spring 2014, all participants will be entered into a free prize draw* to win one of four iPad minis 16GB.

Taking part in this year’s survey will take no longer than 15 minutes and should be completed by Friday 14th February 2014.

This year’s survey has been tailored to allow insight by role: as an executive that is responsible for providing direction and oversight; or a programme and project management professional who is responsible for planning and managing projects that drive change or new solutions. This will allow deeper insight and access to even more meaningful results, at the same time as streamlining the amount of time required to complete the survey.

In order to provide even more insight the survey can be shared with colleagues, clients or an extended network to give them the opportunity to contribute their perspectives.

Why take part?

  • The process of participating in the survey will provide an opportunity to consider how well change is being managed and delivered through projects, programmes and portfolios;
  • All participants will automatically receive access to the findings from the last survey, to see how others are dealing with some of the biggest challenges currently being faced across the profession;
  • Receive the results from this year’s survey once it is complete, which promises to be full of interesting and useful insights. Also obtain comparative data on PPM project drivers, performance enablers and issues, as well as key PPM success and failure factors; and
  • Enter a prize draw to win one of four iPad minis just for taking part.

Take part in the survey and share with an extended network. 

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