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Live from Warsaw: PMI Research Conference

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(9:50 p.m. Warsaw time (GMT +2))   The PMI team is in Warsaw, Poland excitedly preparing for 14 July's investigator presentation of the preliminary results of the Researching the Value of Project Management study. This highly anticipated study will definitively prove that good project management methods are associated with greater innovation, reliable and repeatable performance and increased stakeholder and customer satisfaction!

Check back for continuing coverage of the PMI Research Conference and Value of Project Management study. And don't forget to tune in on Monday, 14 July at 10:45 a.m. Warsaw time (GMT +2) for live coverage of the study's preliminary results.

If you can't make it then, an on demand version will be available later that day.

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